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VIRGINIA PENSION ABSTRACTS 
SOIDIERS OP TfE REVOLUTIONARY WAR . 
WAR OF 1812 and INDIAN WARS 



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INDEX TO VOLUME #26, VIRGINIA PE^^SION ABSTRACTS 



PAGE 1-X 



ANGLIN, PHIT.IP R225, v 26- p 1 

bar>:es, benjahond or 

BINGAMOND S12970 p 2 vol 26 



GOVIEVS, Charles S31072 
vol 26 o 59 



OR 

(BAR^^F ) 
BARKES , 



GEORGE S16316 p 3 vol 26 

JOmT BAR'^S OR BARHER 
# S44313 p 4 vol 26 

JOHI^I & 'ITLLY V;8338 

Da e 6 vol 26 
RICHARD R526 ;p^7 v 26 
OR SxAxRJiSi BARNS, Shadrach 
S30840 p 8 v 26 
BUSHONG, JACOB S9297, p 9 v 26 
BYRNE OR BURNS, JOHN S42108 
pa;^e 10 volume 26 

COGHILL, JAMES S35860, V 26 p 25 

CHINN , PERRY & ELIZABETH 

W6650 p 11 
CHRISTY, DANIEL OR CHRISTIE 

R1944 p 12 V 26 (26) 
CHRISTIE OR, JA>"ES & SARAH 

W 9782 p 13, vol 26 
CHRISTY, JAi'IES R 1945 & v(26) 
R1946 p 14 V 26 
CHRISTY, JAl'^ES R 1945 ■' " 
CHRVSTIE, THOMAS x^AGE 16; 

FORD, Jesse S3 103 5 
V;o 16830 V 
FREEZE, JACOB & ^ ELVIRA 
FARRAR, FRANCIS S31672 v 27 
Da re 17 
" LEONARD (OR PARAR ) 

S17406 V 26 p 18 
" MATTHEW R3448 v 26 p 19 
" Stephen 3c Elizabeth W7240 
vol 26 page 20 

FRY, BE^^TJAMIN & ANN R3818 
vol 26 p 23 

SAMTTEL S38710 v 26 p 24 
JOSHUA S37947 S v 26 p 26 
NICHOLAS OR FR'/E 

& ESXXA^XSH MARGARET 
VOL 26, paf-e 27 -28 
WILLIA;,; a. S 30425 

volume 26, p 29 
FORD, JESSE S31035 v 26 p 5 

GAR^IETT, LARKIN & ELIZABMTH J 
V;0 10802 V 26 page 30 



26 



£ 5 vol 26 
S6 : 22 



GARNETT, Smedley & 
Sally SO 17441 

SC 10863 V 26 p31 



HENSLEY, SAMUEL S21278 
vol 26 p 32 

HARMON OR HARMN, ADAM 
& BARBARA W754 
vol 26 page 33 



KENTTEDY, TROVP^ & RUTH 
•)^0 6783 & WC 11998 
Vol 26 page 33-34 



LANE, AQUIirA & AGNES 
R6116 V 26 p 35-36 
CHARLES & SARAH or 
Sally W26193 
vol 26 D 37-38 
DRURY & CAROLINE- 
I'ATILDA y/8015 
Vol 26 pace 39-40 
GISBORN OR GISBORNE 
(Or Laine) S4496 
vol 26 pace 41 
HENRY R 6122 v 26 

page 42 
ISAAC & SARAH R6137 
Bl wt 34621 v26 p45 
& 46 
ISAAC S 13705 
volume 26 p 
JAlvffiS & RACHEL 

vol 26 p 46 
JAJffiS S35517 v 

pa e 47 
JAI./TES cV TEI-'MERANCE 

W8026 V 26 p 48 
JOm^ k MARGARET S 50 
W27146 vol 26 p/49- 
JOHN S38129 v26 p51 
JOHN S41740 v26 p52 

& 53/ 

J0Hl\i' (SERVICE) REVO. 

#3133 p 54 vol 26 

JOSEPH LA'-E OR LAIN 

&REBECCA W1783 

vol 26 p 55.A &55B 



45 
R6133 



26 



INDEX TO VOLUI/E 26 of VIRGINIA PENSTOV ABSTRACTS PAGE 2-X. 



.NE, JOSEf 


H W5123 


vol 26 


^ SARAH/ 


page 


! 56-57-58 


LARKII- 


SI 6442 


V 26 p 60 


RICHARD 


R6136 


V 26 P 61 
& 62/ . 


THOMAS 


VOL 26 


p 63 


TURNER 


S1916 V 26 p 64 



WILLIAM S38124 v 26 p65 



McCtAVOCF, Hugh S16948 
vol 26 p 66-67 

MILLER, Francis & 

AVERTLLA OWENS former wdo 
V/19951 V 26 p 68-69 



OAKLE^. GEOR'^E & SUSANj.AH 
W5438 vol 26 p 70-71 
JAIVIES S4628 vol 26 p 72-X4 

& 73 
JOHN SO 5179 SC11605 

vol 26 p 74 
JOHN WO 2508 Y/C 10153 
vol 26 p 75 



OY^NS, CHARLES & SARAH 
W^10847 vol 26 p 76 
ELISHA & ELIZABETH W4560 
vol 26 page 77-78 
OVffiN, FREDERICK SI 573 vol 26 
page 79 
HARRAWAY & ELIZABETH 

V/5463 vol 26 p 80-81 
JAI'IES or Owens S5134 

vol 26 D 82 
JOH^ R7849 vol 26 p 84 
JOro-T OR OV/ENS & DOROTHY 

W5461 Vol 25" D 85-86 
JOHN R 7843 v 26 p 87 
JOHN R7544 v 26 p 88 



WARDEN, William & Sarah 
R11133 vol 26 p 93 



WEAVER, Adam & Katharine 
WO 9378 WC 4937 
vol 26 p 94 
CHARLES & SUSAN 
WO 29551 & WC 22508 
vol 26 p 95 
GEORGE & MARY WO 30436 

WC25859 vol 26 p96 
JAMES SO 20389 

& SG 24312 v26 p 97 
JAI/ES % NANCY W4581 

vol 26 p 98 
JOHN & NANCY WO 36737 

¥/C 31251 vol 26 p99© 
JOHN P & ELIZAPFTH 

page 100 vol 26 
JOH^I & PATSEY W3635 

vol 26 p 101 
JOHN & SARAH W9158 

vol 26 p 102 
LEWIS, SO 8603 S 04 5 86 

vol 26 page 103 
PHILIP S14785 vol 26 

pafre 104 
SAi'TUEL & MARY W8993 

Vol 26 pat:e 105-106 
■JITLLIAM S 17770 vol 26 

ja ge 107 
JOHN DL WT 1391 
V 1 26 page 108 
WHEELER, John & Susannah 
W8999 vol 26 p 21 



STEWART, V;-iiiiam & Liar t ha R 
W 11555 vol 26 P 89-90 
WILLIAM S6167 vol 26 p 92 



VIRGINIA SEWICL OP PHILIP ANGLIN R 225 lage 1- 

DECj^ARATION v/as made in Htinry riov.nty Virginia April 

1834 who applied under tlio Act of June 7 1832. a-e 91. 

States he entered service tlirt early after the commencement 

of the Revolutionary war, tae tories haing committed many 

depredations one Gapt Bush raised a volunteer company of whi 

5 . 
v;'ich he was one of the members and served five, pr w weeks 

and the y^ar after this he marched from place where he now 

resides in Henry Co Va »vh ch was then a part of iS^x3^iiMMi±. 

Pittsylvania county under Oi-'ot James Shelton against the 

tories ad served 5 months. He v/as stationed part of the 

time at Flo^/or Gap in t e al eghany mountisn which at that 

time Y/as a place of rendezvous and shelter for the tories. 

-for evidence of thxs service he refers to the affidavit of 

Stephen King marked A, and agacxed who was v/ith him during 

said tour. i^tor his return home was called out by Abraham 

Ponn and njarched against the tories into K C on the Yadkin 

river where ho underst- d the tories had collected. That he 

was BORN 20 Doc 1742 in ALBEMAREE COUNTY VA- when called 
into service he lived w-ero he ■:i3vj does in Henry Co Va 
ti'en a oart of Pittsylvania Co. He removed from Albemarle 
Co Va when he v;as about 20 years of age and lived in Amherst 
Co Va and Bedford Coi until ho was about 30. when he moved 
to his present place m Henry ^o Va . where he has r>--sided 
ever s nee. He is knov.Ti to N H Claiborne member of Congress 
frora his distirct. ^ . , - , ^ -, , 

APPIDAeT VV^iS i-ADi; IN PiiTRl'.:, ; COCKTY VA iviCjcr Vto ± oi. 
Carter of snid county states tr-ct about 13 months since he 
was at house of Maj Peter Hairston in STOKES GO N C & ncard 

conversation of Anglin who was a son of Philip iJiglm 

of Henry Co Va, teat he heard the major say t at rnilip img 
Anglin was tn the Revolutionary v;ar. This was dated 1834 
Dec 21. 



VIRGINIA SERVICE OF BENGAMOND BARInTES S 12970 page 2 

OR BINGAivlOl'ID 

DECLARATION was made September 10, 1832 in Gallatin 

County Kontaclry by Bingamond or Benjamin Barns or Barnes 

NoS12970 pension, Vv'hich pension certificate was issued May 6, 

1833. 

It appears that he v/as BORN Pgb 1, 1766 -place not stated 
and was the son of FRANCIS BARNES OR BARNS. 

While a resident of Culpepper Co Va, he enlisted and 
served as a private with the Virginia Troops as follows j from 
March 1781, 3 mc^nths in Oapt H. Reed's or Stanton's Company 
and he was a substitute for his father; shortly afterward, 
3 months in Capt Yancy's and Zimamond's coinpanies in Colonel 
Edmonds' Regiment and was at the sie^^e of Yorktovm and 
capture of Cornwallis. 

One William Barns, of Bedford, Trimble County Kentucky 
stated in July 19 183^,(1837) thr.t Bingamon Barns was then 
deceased and that he v/as his administrator and one of the 
heirs . 

There arc no data relative to the wife of said 
Bingamon or Bingamond Barns. 



VIRGINIA SERv'IGl^ OP GEORGE BARI^IES S 16316 PAGE -3- 

DECLARATION was filed in Christian County Kentucky August 
16, 1831, by George Barnes age 75, and from the papers in the 
Re- olutionary war Pension claim 3 16316, it appears that 
he enlisted at Hillsborough? Virginia April 1780, served as 
private and wagonmaster in Capt Morris' company. Col Clark's 
(Joseph or Jonathan) Virginia Regiment, was in the Siege of 
96 and at the battle of iutaw Springs, shortly after which 
battle he v/as discharged. 

He stated that on the way, in moving to Kentucky 
they were attac^red by Indians and two of his sons carried off 
by them. Soldier died prior to July 31 1354, leaving children, 
but no naTiGs were given except William, and name of wife was 
notstated . 



CaiTIIT^NTAL ( FRENC H) PAGE 4 — - 

IN VARIOUS CORPS OF ARMY FOR 27 Years, 

Of JO N BARlNJSS OR BARlvJER S44313 
MARINE IN 1314. 

NEW YORIv RESIDElNlGE AilD AGENCY ...-••' 

TEE DISG':/i.RGE PROM TV<£ 1]1^1T.^D STATES CORPS OF MARINES. 
TO ALL VJHOM IT MAY CONCERN '^' 
T'TS IS TO CERTIFY, that John Earner a private of Marines, 

being about 47, occupation a soldier, states he was BORN IN 

GERMAl\iY, is hereby discharged from service of the U S under 

Surgeon's Certificate. 

signed Franklin Vv'harton Lt Col Gomdt. 

of Marines, 
signed Samuel Miller, Adjt and Inspector 

Head ar ^iuarters of Marines, v/ashington May 2 1314 

This duplicate is given in consideration of the Original 

Discirge being returned to me at this time too to much 

destroyed for further use. signed Franklin I'V^.iarton 

Col Comm of Marines 

Headquarters of Marines 

'.'Vashington May 1 1817 
DEPART r-ia:NT OP WAR, PEi'JSION OFFICE, ilAY 1 1817, Sir; 

I enclose the topers relating to John Earner, a prite te 
soldier in the Revolutionary 3fiH army, together with printed 
directions prescribed by an act of Congress of the 10th April 
1806, r lative to apolicants for pension of that description 
that the testimony may be taken and completed; accorxSing to th; 
that form. V^hen this is done you will please to transmit, 
all the papers to the war department, in behalf of the claim- 
ant, that they may be laid before Congress, early in their 
next session, for decission thereon. 
I have the honor to be, 

Your most Obedient ser ant, 
si ned Wra Lambert. 
Franklin ?-'harten esq^ Lt Col Co/^niandant of Marines 

City of Washington 

John Barnes late a private in the Army ofthe Revolution 

is inscrlbGd on the Pension list ro'l of New York Agency 
at $8 per nonth to comiDence 8th June 1818. 



VIRGINIA SERVICE OP JESSE FORD S31035 Page 5 

At the tiTTie of this apr-Iicat'on he was at the age of 76 

-in the year 1776 at Alexandria Va he first entered service 

hy enlisting in the Rec^imental service for a tour of 3years 

to ser-"-e under the command of Capt John /shhy in the re Ument 

under the command of Col Thomas Marshall. They first marched 

in a northern direction to Long Island and there they joined 

Gen Washington and there they were in a battle in the year of 

1776. They next marched to %he Philadelphia and there were in 

a battle in the year of 1776. They were next marched to 

Philadelphia and there stationed. He was also with Gen 

Washington at the Grossing of the DELAY/ ARE River near 

Trenton. Thereupon in the latter part of 1780 he was drafted 

in the militia of Vir-'-inia as a private for 3 months and in 

same was under Col Edmunds, Major Welsh end Caot Grigsby. They 
then joined Gen Greene at Charlotte and he next acted as a 
substitute for his brother V/m. Ford and on that tour marched under 
command of the same officers exce-t the captain who was O'Barmn? 
They joined Gen Greene near Wil "^ iam.sburg and he acted again as 
substitute for his other Brother GEORGE FORD to serve under 
command of Cart Bayliss in regiment under Col Churchil"' and he 
at that time was also under lilaior Welsh. Then in the beginning 
of 1781 he a a in enlisted to serve under Ca t Edins in the 
Arti'lery Service at Little York in Va. They then joined the 
main arm.y under Gen LaPayette and also under Gen Washington 
who joined them. He also served at the Siege of Yorktown as 
well as at the surrender of Lord Cornwa-lis. He had been BORN 
IN CHARLES COUNTY I/IARYLAND 76 years ago. Ho had entered 
service from FAUQUIRE CO VA in the Va where he had moved when 
he was only 7 years ~>f age. He stated in open couxt that he 
had been residing in Livingston Co, in Kent- cky. The last 26 
years. Only one time was he drafted into service of his country. 
The other time he volunteered. AFFIDAVITS OF Jav-es Johnson, 
Clergyman and Ja es Rutter & Wra Thompson-were acquainted with 
him. 



CONTINMTAL ^^^^ ~^" 

VIRGINIA SERVICt^ OF JOHN BARNES AND MILLY W 8338 

Declaration viras made in HARRISON COLTNTY KMT O'SY by 
John Barnes July 11, 1813 age & 60. 

It appears from tne pension claim W 8338, that John Barnes 
sereed in the Revolutionary war, that he enlisted in Spotsyl- 
vania Co Va as a private in ^-^apt Oliver Tov/les' company. Col 
Mordecai Buckner's 6th Virginia regiment and in ^--ant Pa^ie's 
company, Col George Baylor's Continental regiment of Light 
Dragoons, served about five years, dates of enlistnent and 
di3C}iar,-:;e v/ere not gi 'On . lie was in the battles of Trenton, 
Princeton, Brandywine, Garmantown and Mud IslandyFort, and 
while serving as a dragoon ^ was talcen prisoner; the date of 
imprlsonraent and length v/ere not given. He died Aug 5 1840 in 
Harrison Co K^' He married 1782, 1783 or Nov 27 1784 in 

Culpepper Co Va , to Milly whose maiden name was 

not given. Milly Barnes his widov/ was allowed pension on her 
application executed ivi3rch 11 1841, at which time she resided 
in Harrison Co Ky, age thon about 73. 

James Barnes, the eldest child of John Barnes and his 
his wife Milly was born about 1785 or 1786, ho was living 1845 
but his residence v/as not given. The nam.es of 4 children who 
lived at hom.o with the soldier 1820 were Sally, 16, 
Armstcad, 15, Samuel 14, Betsey 11, or 12, There are no 

further data in regard to the children of soldier. 

In 1840 Sarah 'Baird, of Harrison Co Ky, states she was 
present at marriage of John Barnes and Milly, also she had 
resided near them for many years in Harrison Co l<y, (n 
relationship to soldier and fsimily v/as stated by her) 



VIRGINIA SER.ICii; OP RICHAnD EAK^'ES R 526 PAGE -7- 

DECLARATICM was made in KSNDI-lTOiVS GCUI'JTY INDIANA OGTOBEB 

1345 6th day by Richard Bt-rnes 3%e 32. applied under the Act 

of June 7 1832. 

States he entered servics 1731 and served under Col 

Callov/ayj >. 't wen Riabel^ Sar^^eant i.orvetfee, in HENRY 

GOJiyTY VIR:;7NIA, where he then lived and was marched under 

them from Henry Oo Va through Kin^-,s County into Queens? Go 

to Little York Va , and while at Little York, he saw General 

VvASHlNGTON AiID Li^iPAYETTE at which place they viev/ed the lines 

or the troops, and v/hile at Little YorV' and Vicinity thereof 

tnere were occasional fi,^,htjngs between th..- soldiers of the 

U.S. and those of Great Brittain, some silled and wounded of 

both parties but does not recollect the number illed and 

wounded he served 3 months and reed vivmtten disc a r e and 

has lossed his discharge. '.-as dischsr ed a few days before 

surrender of Lord Cornwallis. Then after th.t was volunteered 

under Ga-t Ldward Egglcston and marched by him bac: to Henry 

County Va, and served as a minute man for ten months, was in 

battles during that time but was frequently en active du.ty. 

He sti-.tes ho -was born in BALTIMORE COUNTY ;/IARYLAND 1 

1763 February 20.- Yic lived in Henry Co Va v/hen called to 
servLce and have lived since the Revol'.ition m Bottetourt Go 
Va, i,Iadison County and Pulasky County in Kentucky, removed frorr 
Ky to Indiana 1832 and have lived in Rush & Shelby countle.- 
said stilt e and now live in Hendricks Co Ind . 






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VIRGINIA SERVICE OP SHADRACH BARNS OR BkRNES S 30840 

DECLARATION was made in Gallatin County 1833 Seotember 

IvENTUCKY/ 
18th. 

Tne data which follow v;ere obtained from papers on file 

in the pension claim, 330840 based upon the military service of 

Shadrach Earns, He signed as Barns but was pensioned as Barnes. 

He WAS BORN PEBxRUARY 6, 1764 in Culpepper Go Va and was the son 

of Francis. 

Vi/hile a resident of Amherst Co Va , he enlisted and served 

with the Vir^iinia troops as follows; from March 1 1778, 18 month 

as private in Gapt John Kiganbottom' s aid Rucker's companies 

in Col Taylor's regiment, the first 2 months of which he ser'ed 

a substitute for his father; from Nov 1 1779, 3 months as a 

substitute for his father in '-^apt Ifei Stanton's company In Col 

T'.iornton's regiment, from Iviarch 1 1780, 3 motnths as a private 

in Capt Pollard's Co, in Col James Slaughter's regiment and 

was in a skirmish n t Petwrsburg, from Dec 1 1780, 3 months as 

private in Capt Bj,ovining'3 Co in Col Allcock's regiment; from 

karch 1781, 3 months as priv t o in Capt Lelland's Go, from 

June 1781, 3 months as private in Gapt Reed's Co from June 1781 

3 months as private in ^npt Reed's Co from Se .)t 1781, 3 months 

as sergeant in Capt Yancy's Co in C l Edmonds' regiment and was 

in the Sie e of Yorictown. lifter ten Revolution he mo5?ed to 
Bourbon C Ky, from there to Woodford Co Ky and from there to 
Gallatin C^^ Ky. He dic-d Dec 31 1844, (sou Agency Book) 
Tne re are no data relative to wife and children of the soldier. 



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VIRGINIA SERVICE OP JACOB BUSHONG S 9297 PAGE 9- 

DECLARATION v/as made in Columbiana County Ohio, May 15, 
1818 by Jacob Bushong, a soldier of the Revolutionary war. 

The data furnished balov/ were obtained from papers on file 
file in the Pension Claim S 9247 based upon his said service. 

He enlisted - place not stated, served as privcjte and 
artificer vath the Virginia troops under Capt Francis Cowherd 
and was discharged January 17, 17S2y from Capt Francis Cowherd 

COMPANY in the Second Virginia Regiment, having 
sersred eighteen mont'is^ IIo v/as in tha battle of Guilford 
Court House, v/as wounded in the battle of Camden or Hobkirk's 
Hill, and was in the Sioge of NIITETy-SIX and the battle of 
Eutaw Springs. 

In 1828 he was living in STARK COUIITY OHIO. 
T':ero are no data relative to the soldier's family. 
The above noted is the history of the only soldier ^ 
named Jacob Bushong, searched undor all spellings, that is 
found in the Revolutionary v/ar records of the National 
Archives. 



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VIRGINIA SERVICi^ OP JOffi^I BYRNE MD OR BURJMS S 42108 

as a resident of vAp-p 

DECLARATION was made/in Wayne County Indiana ^^^^ ^°"" 

- he made this in State of Ohio, but in vVa^^ne Co Indiana 
states that in 1778 he enlisted under iiajor Webb at Middlebrook 
Jersey in the third Virginia Regiment, on Continental Establish- 
ment, commanded by Col HEATH, in the Campany comLianded by Capt 
Boterf ? but tiK-. t under his enlistment, he continaed to serve 
faithful until the close of the war, at which time he received 
his discharge from Col Crocket, and was in the battle of 
Monmouth, i.Iarinacl: ? Hakensack, Guilford and Cowpens, that 
he was wounded in his head, his skull fractured and was also 
v/ounded in his ankle. Tho.-c he is nearly 99 of age this 
month. He made this dec'iaration 28 June 1318. 

Also personally ap eared Jo n Ga at same s time 
and place and t^at he k is well acquainted with the soldier 

above named . 

On the back side of the declaration it was shown 

he applied in Ridgevil_e, V/arren County Ohio. 



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PAGE 11— 

VIRGINIA SERVICI;; OP PERRY GHINU AI>ID ELIZABETH CHINM OR CHIN 

W6650 
DECLARATION was filed February 12 1833 in Surry County 

North Carolina, at the age --Born 1763 in STAFFORD COITNTY 

VIRGINIA. He enlisted in King George County Virginia. 

The declaration was made 12 Feb 1833 by Perry Chinn 

a resident of Surry Co N G, age 70 v/ho applied under the Act of 

June 7 1832; states he volunteered in 1780 under Michael WalJac 

Wallace and se: ved in the regiment of Virginia line under 

Capt Michael Vtellace Lieut Col Stith Skinker . colonel 

comiJianding a t the time he entered the service, he was a resident 

of King George Va- there he volunteered, and marched to 

Boyds Hole? and from t';ere to the raoi'th of Mitchodock creek in 

the lower end of the country of King George Va, after remaining 

at Mitchadock creek some time he returned to Boydes Hole? after 

staying there sometime was discharged. He volunteered different 

times afterv/ards in samo county under same officers and took 

the same route but does not recollect the time of any singel 

tour he served. Two character witness v/erc s. Thomas V/illiams 

and Russell Shugart . 

He was Born in STAFFORD C OUlvTY VA 1763, and since the 
war he has lived in King George Co Va , and since lived part 
of the time in STAFFORD CO VA cind the Balance in Surry County 
North Carolina. 

."Elizabeth Chinn filed claim in YADKIN COTOITY NORTH 
CAROLINA August 20 1353 age 75, who apolied under the Act of 
1853 February 3. States she is the wid v/ of Perry Chinn. That 
she was married to Perry Chinn 30 December 1825 by Thomas 
Williams, J P in Surry Co-onty North Carolina (t: at part nov/ 
Yadkin Co N C ) and he died March 7 1847, in Surry Co N C. 
And she still rc-mains his widow. ' 



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PAGE 12 

VIRGINIA SERVICE AlW ST. CLAIR'S B^DIAJ WAR, OR WAR OF 1812 
of DANIEL CHRISTY OR CHRISTIE § R 1944 

It a 'jears from the Revolutionary war pension claim R1944 
tlia t Daniel Christy was living in Lumberland, Sullivan County, 
Hew York in 1830 and in Thompson, Sullivan Co New York in 
1332 at which time he v/as age 72. 

He stated that he enlisted at Hickory Town, 
near Hiiladelphia May 10, 1730 under a Lieutenant or Captain 
James Bird, that he served in the 6th Virginia re~iraent, also 
in Col Morgan's Rifle Regiment that he was in a skirmish at 
Elizabethtown point, N^w Jerse;: at the battle of Cowpens and 
at the 3iei,= e of York and that he was discharged November 1783. 

He 3C also stated he was a volunteer at the battle of 

General St c Clair's Defeat and was one of the party of LEV/IS 

i^:D CLARK IN THEIR EXPEDITION TO THE PACIFIC, and that during 

the v/ar of 1812, he was in Caot licClassin' a com-any, 15th 

regiment, V S Infantry. (The following note is written in 
pencil: "His name is not on the book of stubs of the 
Donation lands. Ac t -larch 3 1307 granted to members of the 
Lev.'is and Clark oxpeditii on This book is locked up in safe of 
INVALME DIV." 

He applied for pension on account of his service in the 
Revolution and was called upon to furnish pro f of same which 
ho failed to do and his claim was not allowed. 

Date and place of his birth and death 
arc not on record nor is there any data on file as to his 
family. 






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VIRGINIA SERVICE OF JALlES CHRISTIE AND SARAi: W 9782 

DECLAR^iTIOW was made in SHELBY GOUb'TY K.oiMTiJCKY SEPTEMBER 
13, 1832 by said James Christie -claim no IV9782 

The data following are obtained from papers on file in 
said Claim No W 9732 based upon the military service of James 
Christie in the Revolutionary vmr. He WAS BOW, AUCUST 16, 
1758 in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, a -d while a resident 
of Pittsylvabia County Virginia, enlisted in May 1777 and 
served 3 m_onths as private in the Va company. He enlisted 
February 1779, served until July 23, 1779, in Capt William 
Witcher's Company. He enlisted ^vlarch or April 1780, served 
ten months in '^apt Clement's company, Col Faulkner's Va 
regiment and was in tho battle of Camden, (Gates' defeat). 

James Christie moved from Pittsylvania County to North 
Carolina to Franklin Co Va to LINC*;LN COIPNTY KY THENCE TO 
SHELBY CGiBITY KY. He died in Shelby Co Ky Liarch 3, 1837. 

James Christie married i'..^ ch 20 1781 or 1782 in Orange 

County Va;, to Sarah. She v/as born April 19 1762, place 

not stated, nor names of i^arents given. Sarah Christie, was 

allowed pension on her ao plication Sept 10 1833 v/nile living 
in Shelby Co Ky, and she moved to RIPLEY COLH^TY INDIAI^JM and di 
died there March 27 1344. 

Their sixth child, ISRAEL CHRISTIE was age 45 in 1838, 
and a resident of Shelby County Ky . In 1853 the follov/ing 
named persons were referred to as heirs of James Christie, and 
and his wife Sarah; 

Jai'.'.es Christie uf Ripley Coxintj Indiana 
William Christie of Hendrichs county 
John Christie of :£s Switzerland couity 

Isaac Christie of Ripley county; their 3 sisters, but no 
names ws e stated. 

In 1844 Abraham Cv,ristie was of Shelby Go Ky and in 
1853 reference was made to Preston Christie. It v/as not statd 
that the;; v;ere related to the family. 

In order to obtain address of person who rscd last 
payment of pension, write to this compiler and quote 
Certificate No 4908, issued 2-9- 1844, Rate ;;i56 , per annum 
Commenced 3-4-1343, Act of Mar 3 1845, Indiana Agency trans- 
ferred from Kentucky. 



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VIRGINIA SERVICE OP JAMES CHRISTY R 1945 and R1946 

DECLARATION was made In uOiMliO^ GOu TY VIRGINIA April 11, 
1854 before Samuel Clark, an acting Justice of Peace, 
by James Christy, a resident in t'ne county and state aforesaid, 
age 88 on the 12th May next, applied under the Act of 1832, 
June 7 . 

He states entered service under the follov/ing officers 

and served as herein stated; that he moved from the Eastern 

Part of AUG-USTA COUNTY 1774 to TURIQilY CREEL, a tributary 

stream of INDIAN CR.a;SK now in the county of MONROE (Va) then 

he thinks called. ±ks. IVEST AUGUSTA, and better known by name 

of the GREEN3RIAR COGrTY. that in early part of the Indian 

ivar, there v/as a Port or Garrison erected and plantation 

belonging to James Burnsides, 2 miles north west from where 

he lived which was called. Burnsldes, fort, taat in the early 

part of 1776, ho commenced the service of his country as an 

INDIAN SPY, under the command of Captain Vi/right and was 

served 
stationed in Burnsides Port; tnat he in this year from 

the first of August until 1st of November following; that he 

again fortcd and scouted as an Indian SnY in 1777 from. Ist 

!iay until Ist of November; that he was stationed in Burnsides 

Port land or Capt V.'right ; and the Indians were constantly 

prov/ling about through the countr?; and committing murder and 

depredations on the persons and property of the frontier 

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1st May and served until 1st Nov, follovuing; and served this 
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PAGE 2 continuod: 

In BumsidGs Fort and continued until 1st Nov following; thin'rs 

it was in this year a party of Indians came into the settlement 

and murdered William Bradshav/'s wife - the circumstances on 

these Bradshaw had remained at home vath his family and 2 of 

the spys returning to Cooks Fort called at his cabbin to rest ar 

and Informed him when they had been and that they had seen no 

signs of Indians but not thinking, a family safe in such a 

situation advised him to leave his cabbin and go to the Port 

but he did not consent to do so and in a few hours after the 

spys left him tho house was at tact by a small party of Indians 

and one of them, firing at the door which was shut the ball 

penetrated through the door and lodged in the body of I/Irs. 

Bradshaw an^j wounded her so badly that she died that night 

and on Bradshaw' s firing his gun through the do r from the 

inside the Indians rettired without doing any further damage; 

and Ist May in 1780 he arain entered service in Burnsides 

fort and served to 1st Nov following; under said Capt Wright. 

In 1781 he a:;ain entered service 1st April and served until 

Nov 1, following; and bctv/cen 20 and 25th April same k. year he 

was drafted under Gaot John Woods to go to Now River; and servd 

3 months under Capt ."'oods and was discharged and returned to 

Burnsdios'g fort; - to guard the fort and go out when com-^andec 

in pursuit of Indians. His com anions in service were Matthew 
Patterson and John Caulty? nov; deceased; That he is laiown to 
Joiin and William Robeson and Robert Christy j in Monroe Co Va . 



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BOm^TY LAND WARRAi\-T 466-40:. acres as 
SURGEON: ISSUED DEG^iv.EER 19, 1793 
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VIRGINIA SERVICE OF FRMCIS FARRAR S 31672 PAGE 17 

The records of Francis Farrar, it ap ears in Pension 
Claim S 51672, t .at he served in the Revolutionary war, and 
was BORIJ APRIL 8 1764 in i.ISCKL. HBL'RG COUlvlTY VIRGINIA 
and while residing there enlisted in Seoteraoer 1780, and 
served 3 months as private in Capt J Folkner's company. Col. 
Moore's Virjinia regim -nt = He enlisted in December of the 
same year, served 3 m.onths as private in Capt Robert Smith's 
company. Col Robert Montford's Va regiment and was in the 
battle of Guilford. He enlisted Julj- or Au^^st 1781, served 
3 months as private in i^apt i'.lijah Graves' company. Col Green's 

Va regiment, and w as stationed at Gloucester on the North side 
of York rlvor. opposite Yorictown at the time of the surrender 
of CcrnwalliB there . 

In 1783 the soMier a moved to GEORGIA, lived in 
Richmond and Columbia counties in that state ujitil 1807 when 
he movod to CLARKE COUNTY SA;;;E STATE. 

Francis Farrar was allowed pension ic on his applica- 
tion executed October 22, 1832, while a resident of Clark© 
County Georgia. No reference was made in the claim to a wife 
or children. In 1332 ho referred to a brother but did not 
stato his name. 

In order to obtain dato of last payment of pension, 
name of person paid and possibly the dato of death of Francis 
Farrar, you should write to tho C:"aptroller General, 
General accounting office records division, V/ashington D C 

and quote the following: Francis Farrar, Certificate No 3451, 
Issued Dec 22 1332, rate v30 P^r annum, commenced 3-4 1831 
Act June 7 1832. Georgia Agency. 



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VIRGINIA MD NORTH CAROLINA SERvIGii OF Ln^OnkYlD PARRAR OF 

FARAR S17406 

DECLARATION v/as filed in Franklin County Missouri, in 
Saint John To',mship 1833, July 22, His wife Margaret and 
their children are referred to but their names are not stated. 

It appears that Leonard Farrar or Farar '.vas born 1764 
in Goochland County Vir inia and resided in Pittsylvania 
c unty Virginia at the time of the Revolution. In the winter 
of 1778 he entered troops raised in Guilford County North 
Carolina, served in Capt James Frost's Company, Colonel 
Hampton's re^iinent for 3 laonths ai.d was discljarged March 24, 
1779. 

He enlisted in Pittsylvania County Vir-'inia in the spring 
of 1780 and served 3 months in Captain Cowdan ' s company, Col 
Tucker's Virginia PiO^timent. He enlisted in the spring of 1781 
and ser-ed 3 months in Capt Joseph Licrton's Va company. He 
also went to the Sie e of York, in 1731 and served 3 months, 
names of officers not stated. 

From the papers on file in the claim Sur . File No 17406 

it a ;• pears that Loenard Farrar or Farar was born 1764 in 

Goochland Go Va and resided in Pittsylvania Co Va , at the time 

of the Revolution. In the winter 1778, he entered the troops 

raised in Guilford Co N C as a substitute for an acquaintance 

named James l\'ilson, sorted in Capt Ja:ies Frost's company. 

In :j 1781 ho was again drafted in Pittsylvania Co Va v/ent to 
tie siege -if Yorktown- and served o months. 



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DECLARATION v/as made in LOIJISh COUNTY VIRGINIA 1833 May 

lltli by Mathew Parrar^ resident of said county and state age 72 

who applied under the Act of June 7 1832. 

That he entered service in Spring of 1779 and that he was 

drafted from the militia of Louisa Co Va marched in a company 

from that county, the officers of which he cannot recollect to 

the Barracks in Albemarle Co Va guarded the prisoners of war of t 

that place served half a months as private of infantry and was 

discharged -said regular troops, there under Col Taylor who 

commanded and militia from Goochland County; that in the 

summer of same jear 1780 he v/as again drafted in the militia of 

same county to go to the South; that havln;, been afflicted with 

rheumatism, he affirms that as an excuse to the courtmartial 

it required him to swear that the pain was then on him, this 

he ref'jsed to do and his excBse was decided to be lie? but 

t at ho was sent to the south but was directed to serve the tour 

in the south that he was accordingly ordered by Col White who 

commanded in Louisa Co to report himself to Capt liilisha White 

at Richmond, - he did so and v/as put under Lieut Scott and 

employed in making cartridges wrought in that occupation for 

sometime, at that place, then wore arms and guards were 

pirced regularly when ARNOLD came to Richmond, he was employed a 

whole night loading boats with -ammunition of ivar for the 

purpose of carrying them oter the river out of the reach of the 

enemy. Much other service is outlined. W. WAS BORN IN 1760 Oct 

29th. AFFIDAVIT OP STEPHEN FARRAR 1333 Aug 22 states Matthew 

Parrar colled upon him to ma;e affidavit, and he knows he served 
a tour in tae Barracks in Albom.arle Co Va imder Gen Burgoyne 
1779. and etc. 



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VIRGINIA SERVICE OP STEt^HEi-i FARRAR MD ELIZA3i:,TH W 7240 

Boionty land v/arront 28654- for 160 
acres in 1855 

DECLARATION was filed in 1833 October 28, v/hile a resident 
of Fluvanna County Virginia and he died taere A'j7,ust 22, 1838. 

It appears from t'le Revolutionary v;ar pension Claim W7240 
that Steohen Farrar was orn in Fe.ruar 1762 in Goochland 
county Va, and moved in 1773 with his fatner's family -no name 
stated- to LOUISA COUi'TY VIRGINIA. 

That while residing in said county he served as privste 
in the Virginia Trjops as follows: 

In 1773 2 mont.as in Gap t Robert i'..osby's company 
und e r iia j o r i.ic G i 1 .1 . 

From April 1781, 3 months in Capt ivatson's company. Col 
Charles Dauney's regiment. Later in 1731, 4 months in Capt 
Jo\m Viihlte's company, Col Baytop's regiment, and ser'^/ed until 
after the surrender of Gornv/allis. 

Soldier T.arried December 23, 1790 in Fluvanna County 
Virginia to Elizaooth or Betsey, daughter to Tany Rice. She 
v;as allov/ed pension on her application executed August 5, 1843 
v/hile residing in FLUVAIIIJA COUaITY VIRGINIA- 



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VA & NORTH CAR OLD! A 

At the time of the appllcat i.on he was ap;e 76 in June and 

in 1776 entered service as a voli.-:ntcer under Capt Bohannon, 

Capt Cocke, Capt CamcbeTl and Capt McFarland. After that tour 

of service he again volunteered as a priv^ate to serve under 

Col Christie in October and in 1776. From th^* s tour of dutv 

he v;&s disch?rc^ed in Dec for six months. He then volunteered 

as a private to serve under command of Cart Joseph Martin of 

Va. They first made a march to the RYE COVE on Clinch river 

and they then rcm.ained in that place until Jvne of 1777, He 

then again volxmtoered to servco under Col Evan Shelby in March 

1779 under Capt Henry Clark Px Lt Ben Clark. -first marched down 
Tenn river to Luc^ ; then to an indian town; Ghickamauga. He 
served for 2 months & was hon Discharged. He aain volunteerd 
1780-& commissioned a Lieutenant under Capt Ben Clark, in a 
regiment of horse, under col Clark and again 1781 under Capt 
CAVIT & Col Henry Clark, and joined under Gen Greene -marched 
to High Hills of Santee, He received an honorable discharge 

in the month of ? He received an Honorable Dischar'~e 

in Feb of 1782 after having served for 5 months. He had been 
born in Prince Edward County Va and he had entered serv'ce 
from Sussex Co (?) Stated after end of the ivar of the Revolu- 
tion he had li ed in N C and then moved to South Carolina on 
the Saluda river for eleven years duration and from there he 
had moved to Shelby Go Ky for 2 years there he hsd moved to 
LIVINGSTON Co p:y where he continued to live. He served as 
a volunteer and had never been drafted and he had never acted 
in the caoacit-- of a substitute. Wm H. Bradley, clergyman 
Wir Stewart and Jarre s Cruce states that at one time they were 
both wel"" ard favorably acquainted w'th him and thev also 
state before an ooen court ard upon the'r oaths that in the 
neighborhood in v/hich he resided he was reputed to have served 
the U S in the Rgvolution. The pensioner's son, Isaac 
Wheeler states that he h sav; his commission and that he 
believes that he destroyed it. The v/ife of the said pensioner 
Susanna Wheeler at the age of 82 appeared in open court, stated 
that he had been born on July 21 1761 and that her father's 
name was Henry Clark. She also stated that she had been 
married in Greene County N C on Dec 15, 1777. Their oldest 
child's name is Henry Wheeler and he had been born Sept 16 

1780 and her other son was named Isaac, Two years after 
their marriage they h&d moved to the BDoad river for 



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a peridd lasting for 2 yesrs and after they had moved to 

Soiith Carolina to a place hi hh upon the south fork of the 

Saluda river for 13 or 14 yef.rs. Affor they moved to S^^elby 

county Ky, and for 2 years and from there t^-e- had removed 

to Livingston Co Ky, and she stated they had lived there 

since 1798. At wh" ch time Livingston Co Ky was then in 

Christian Co K--. Th.; t her husband John WheeTer d*ed Nov 24 

1838 in Livingston Co Ky. At k that time she was living 

with her son Isaac V/heeler. John Barnett clergyman states 

he has long been acquaintod with him, for the past 30 years. 

Joseph Hughes, Arthur Travis and Aaron Threlkeld states, they 

were veil acquainted with him and know him to have served. 
Before George Ma-^es, John Jackson, Israel H Ricking, James 
Br ice, and Stephen Young states they have been acquainted 
with him for the past 30 or 40 years, Isaac, Henry and Mary 
Wheeler and H W Bigham strtos as to authenticity of the bible 
records as follows: 

WHEELER, Henry born 11-16-1780: Jarros born 10-15-1782 
" John born Dec 9 1784; Maryann born Dec 25, 1787 
" Sally born Kav 10 1789; Benjamin born 3-22-1791 
" Polly born 7-28- 1793; Matilda born Juno 25, 1798 

" Isaac born June 25, 1800; Susan born March 11,1804 

" Susannah Clark Wheeler b 7-21-1762 

ji Henry Clark, Senior born 10-8- 1732 
Sarah Jones born July 26, 1737 

J^hn Wheeler died 24 November 1838 are 86 

END £P BIBLE RECORDS 

John Wheeler was on the Ky pension roll, at 
rate 0"^ ^'SO per annum; issued 9-24-1833 & se^t to Thomas 
Havnes, Princeton, K-=-; Susannah Wheeler wife of rensioner, a^s 
also on Ky pension list at §80, co. -venced 11-25-1838. 
Certificate for that amount issued July 5, 1845 which was 
sent to James L Dallam, at Smlthland Kv'. 



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VIROII'JIA SERVICE JACOB FREEZE AJ'ID ELVIRA FREEZE 

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He served in Gaob Hopkins company of Virginia f.Iilitia 

Gi^RTIFIED COPY OP lAARRJAG'^ XilCORD IS FII^D BY TEji CLERK 

of Rockingham Co Va shov.fing that Jacob Freeze and Elvira Pierce 

were united in Holy Bonds of I.iatrimony 12th Au ust 1828 by Rev 

Gerard Morgan. 

A Li.TTj:,R IN TPE PILE IS OF INTEREST as foXlv/s: 

ivritten 1879 Jan 1, from Sin.'Vier Glen, Rockingham Co Va 

to i.ir Geo 1- 3 i^ Leiaen Dear x Sir; ,..rs Elvira Freeze 

requested me to aasivar .;ours of Dec 16, v;ill find that Mr. Free: 

Freeze d'd not write his nar.e Freoze but vv.-ote it Frees 

as you can see by a receipt I send you( which receipt is 

attached) lie v/as a GERilAi.' and always wrote his name Frees. 

iirs Freeze said he had a substitute but was hor^e on furlough 

when he hired his substitue, t'^e name of wh'.oh was GROVE 

or Jones, she had forgotten which but could establish the 

na -.16 of proper one » You vdll ploase examine names of Frees 

instead of Freeze as it is cal ed and vvritten with us. 

Signed w P Gangv/or? for nrs Elvira C Preese 
■ Tho receipt attacned is as foliov7s: 

JACOB FREES AD -.INI ST RAT OR OP JOffi: PRaES DECD Oct 1329 to the 
Sheriff of Augusta County coplas and on I Rankin 6th month? 
as A Rankin snd 84? reed payment Vjm Boys La?'' 

DECLARATIOIv was made in Roc'iingham Co Va 1878 April 
15, by Elvira C Freoze a^o 69 a resident of Singers Glen Va 
saj.d count , t..'o widov/ of Jacob Freeze. 
He v/as drafted in xxockingham Co Va unotr Capt Ja es Hopkins 

for 6 months a;^d disc.iar ed at Richmond 1815. ThF.t her maiden 
name was Elvira C Pierce, th^.t her husband died near Harrisonb- 
ur Va 25 Sept 1835. She made another declaration Aug 6, 1881 
t,i:t he took sick at Elllcott l.lills aoout Oct 20 1814 and 
hired a substitute. ; tl.at he had boon previously married to 
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VIRGINIA SERVICE OF BENJAMIN PRY AND ANN R 3813 PAGE 23 

The records of Benjamin Fry v/hich follov/s was obtained 
from the papers on file in Pension Claim, R5818 based upon 
his ser ice in the war of the Re^'olution. 

Benjamin Fry married liay 18, 1302 in Frederick County 
Virginia, to I^n Cadwalader. They v/ere both natives of 
Frederick Co Va, dates of their births not shown, nor are the 
names of their parents given. 

Benjamin Fry died July 23, 1838 in IROQUOIS CCUNTY ILLINOIS 
AGE 79 and six months. 

His widow, Ann Pry ap ilied for pension November 2, 1852 
at Miich time she v/as residing in Iroquois County Illinois, 
ago 69. She alleged tnat her husband, Benjamin Pry served 3 
years and 8 months as a private und-^r General Washington, Gates 
and i'Yarren, that he was in the 'cattle of Bunker Hill and 
"helped to take Burgo^me" . 

Her claim was not allowed as there was no proof of the 

alleged service furnished. 

Reference was mado 1852 to the following surviving chil- 
dren of Benjairin Pry; ISAAC AND ABRAHAM PRY (TWINS) aged 64 
who were children by his former wife, but her name was net 
given and there is no furth^;r reference to her; Benjamin Pry 
age 49, John ago 45 (45) and Joseph ago 42, children by his 
wife Ai^IN PRY. ' 

It is stated that Benjamin Fry's brothers, John, George, 
Joseph and Gabriel Pry, were soldiers of the V/ar of the 
Revolution from Virginia. 



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VIRGINIA SERVICE OP GABRIEL PRY S 38710 PAGE 24 

DECLARATION was made in M0RGA1\T COUjiTY TSiV^FESSEE 1825 

April 21st by Gabriel Pry a resident of said county age 65, 

who applied under the ..ct of IStii March 1818 and 1st May 1820. 

He sfcatts he enlisted for term of 3 vears or duration of 

the war on the loth February 1777, in state of Virginia, in 

company of Captain John iviarks, in the regiment of Col Charles 

Lev/is in the Va continental establishment, and se continued to 

serve until March 1730, v/hen he was honorably dischap;ed in 

ALEXAi-JDRIA VA; that he was in the battle of BRAITOYWINE, 

Ai^^D GERI-iMTOm^, STONY POINT,. FOl'^ES HOvK: MONMOUTH AND a great 

many skirmishes that he was wounded in the battle of Brand yTvine 

and he has no other evidence, evceot his ov/n oath; that he 

belonged to 14th Va regimen u, under Col C Lewis and sometime in 

1778, Col Davis t^-^ok comraand of said regiravnt for about 2 months 

and then Col Erasmus Ball, who continued to comanrd said regt 

during his term of service and in July after his enlistment 

was appointed first surgeant in Capt Marks company and he 

continued to sere under Capt as first sergeant through his s 

sorvico and he never received any bounty in land for his servic 

and in pursuarJte of the Act of May 1820 swears he was a rosidor 

of the U S and etc. - his wife is about age 33, he has 4 child- 
rent, living with him, by his 2nd wife, the eldest seven years 
of age, a girl and tho youngest age 3. . Their narr'cs not given 

He was on the rolls of Knoxvilie Tennessee Agency/ 



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On November 16, 1819 in Gallatin County Kent cky 
James Coghill made declaration at asre 61 and stated he 
enlisted in Orange Co'^nty Va in Februcry 1776 to serve under 
Cart Joseph Snencer and in the 7th Vir,p;inia re;;!-iment under 
Col YcClani^ahan. He was then honorabl d-'scbarf^ed in Feb, 

1778 in Valley F^rge Pennsylvania by C51 McClannahan. 

He served during the battle of Germantown, Brandywine, 
Gwynns Island and others. He had been drafted for 18 months 
in Charleston While that place was being besieged and he 
was then imprisoned. Served under Cact Bur kin and in the 
regiment under Col H^ath and j.n brigade under Gen Scott. 

The affidavit of Elizabeth Coghill was also given at 
same time and place; states he had served as he states. 

Aug 25 182-3 in Gallatin Co Ky, ap-e 65 again applied; 
states he hsd first enlisted for 2 years in Feb 1779 in Va 
under Gen Stephens. 

He stated he had one child, Jaa/IES COGHILL. Apain 
aonlied in said court -stated he hed disposed of his proper- 
ty^ to the amount of $M0.63. 

James Coghill was on the Ky roll of pensions at $Q. 
16, 1819 
per month to co'-T.^ence Nov/of pensions 

and his certificate of pension for that am,onnt was - 

iss^^ed Kay 25 of the year 1820 and it was then sent to 

Harvey Gregg, the agent of the said ne'-sioner at New Castle 

Kent^ickv. 



VIRGINIA SERVICE OF JOSHUA PR:: S 37947 PAGE 26 

DECLARATION was made in GARRARD COUi'TY IiENTjCKY January/ 

21, 1833 by Joshua Fry, who served in the Revolutionary war 

as an officer in the Gontinentf.l Army. 

The data which folow were taken from papers on file in 

the pension claim S 37947, hased on the military service of the 

only Joshua Pry that is found tn the Revolutionary v/ar records 

of the National Archives. 

The date and place of birth of Joshua Fvj and nanies of 

parents are not shown. 

Vtoile a student at v;ill:am and .•.!'ary College, Williamsburg, 

Virginia, Joshua Fry volunteered in the Summer or Fall of 1779, v; 

when the British fleet lay in Hampton Roads, and ser/ed a little 

less than a month as private in Capt iVm Nelson's company, in 

Colonel Thomas Marshall's Va re.^iment. He again volunteered at t 

the time of Arnold's Invasion of Va , served 3 months as vidette 1 

In Capt V>ri Callis' Va company and was disc'-ar jed April 1781. 

He enlisted early in Se :.t 1731, served as privte in Capt Benjami 

Karris' company, in Col Holt Richardson's Va regiment, v;as 

promoted to Lieutenant and served in that ca'^acity at the siege 

of Yorktown, length of this ser.cice 2 months. During service 

he lived in ALBEkIaRLE CCU1\[TY VIRGINIA o 

He was allowed pension 1333. 

William A Fry, brother of Joshua Pry, also served in the 
Riv/OLUTICNARY WAR. T".:e date of last payment of pension of 
Joshua Fry, name ■•■nd address of person paid and date of soldier' l. 
death may bo obtained by addressing this compiler, and quotin 
the following; Certificate No 26716. issued May 6, 1834, rate 
•■:;v23.55 per annum, commenced riorch 4, 1831, Act of June 7 1332. 
Kentucky Agency. 

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CONTINENTAL SEE' ICE OF NICHOLAS PRY OR PRYE /ilTD MARGARET 
RESIDSi^ICi'. : LOUDOUN CO VIRGINIA 

W 1591 

ENLISTED IN MAR'YLAND 

DECLARATION v/as filed in LOUDOUa' COTNTY VIRGINIA. May 
5, 1818, and on August 17 1820, he stateo he v;as age 73 and 
9 months . 

The data following were obtained from papers on file in 
Pension claim No v.' 1591, based upon the service of Nicholas 
Fr:/ or Pryo a in the War of the Revolution. ' 

The date and place of birth of Nisholas Pry were not 
given nor were the names of his parents stated. 

Nicholas Pry enlisted in Fredericktov/n, Frederick County, 
Maryland, sometime in 1776, served as a private in Captain 
Henry Pister's Company in Colonel Haussegger's German 
Re^.iment, at the time of the Battle of Brandywine, he was 
attending the baggage wagons, and v/as dischared 1773 in 
MARYLAND o Nicholas Pry married iiarch 11 1794 in Loudoun 
county Va, to lilARGARET MSELL OR Ai^IZELL of Shelburne Parish, 
Reference was made to a former ivif e , but her name was not 
stated, and there arc no further data relative to her. 

The vyidow 'largai^et Pry was allnv/ed pension on her appli- 
cation executed October 7 1848, at which time she v/as living 
in Loudoun county Va, and ''upwards of 80 years of age'. Thu 
date and plpco of her birth were net shovm, nor were the 
names of her parents given. 

Reference was made in 1820 to the following children of 

the soldier Nichoias Pry; 

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DOROTHY PRY OR FRYx^ AGE 18 in 1820 

Sally '■ ■'' fifteen years 

Joseph thirteen years 

Samuel twelve years 

Leonard and 

Martin (tv/ins Seven yoo.rs 

Rosanna six years 

In order to obtain the date of last payment of this 

pension, nemo and address of person paid and possibly the date 

of death of pcn3ion-.r. M>Argar^ t Pry, the reader should write 

to this compiler and give the follovvlng data: 

Margaret Fry, vndcvj of Nicholas Pry or Prye 

Certificate, No 242 

Issued Feb 7 1851, at rate of 096. per annum 

commenced ivi^rch 4, 1843, under the i-^ct of July 29 1848 

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The data following were obtained from file S30425 
of William A. Fry based upon the military service in the 
Revolutionary war. 

William A Fry was BORN October 17 1761, in Albemarle 
County Virginia. Names of his parents are not stated. 

Vi/hile a resident of Albemarle Co Va, William A Fry enlistee 
Jan 12 1781 and served as private in Captains John Harris' 
and William 0. Callis' Virginia Companies, and was dischr^^ed 
about April 27 1781. He enlisted about May 15, 1781, served 
as dispatch hearer, served part of the time under Capt Benjamin 
Harris; was in the siege of Yorktown, and was discharged Nov 
1, 1781. 

In 1799 soldier moved from ALBEMARLE COUNTY VIRGINIA to 
JESSA..INE COUIJTY KENTUCKY. 

He was allowed pension on his application executed Sept. 
15, 1834, at which time he was a resident of Jessamine County, 
Kentucky. He died September 7 1835, place not state. No 
reference is made to wife of jb children. In 1834 Joshua Fry 
and elder brother of soldier, his age not stated, made affidavi 
in Jessamine Co Ky. A sister of the soldier, William A Pry, 
was living in 1835, her name, age and redidence not shown. 

In 1834 h.v3 Ann Bullott was a resident of Jefferson 
County , state and her age not shown. She was soldier's 
nieco. There are no further family data. 



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VIP.'IMi;. SE'-'^I'^'^. OF L/:RKIN G/J?>'ETT .V"D EUZA^'-iET" J WO 10802 PAGE 30 

DECI/.R " TION \vas m?dG in Saline County Missouri Aoril 7 1874, 
by "lizabeth J Q.-rnett mdov? of L-^rkin G^^rnett a d st?tes she was 

married 13 June 1812 by Rev ^Tm Nelson'' or Mason at her father's in 
Culpep-er Cr Va that ho- husband x died at his hone A'-ril 10 1838. 

She app-^inted Hawley and Garnett of M=^.rshll Missouri as her 
attorneys states her post office was ^etra, '"aline Co Mo. and that she 

she lived v/ith Oiven T '"illis near Petra. 

One E G Garnett end Cuthhert H Hickm.-^n, wo>'e vrtness to her sign?ture. 

It was stated in a letter from Havrley and Garnett, his attorneys in 
1874 t'lat the mize of the Capt of his fon'r^'^n-- and Major was Capt Butler and 
Ca t and Ms.ior SoilLnan under v;hon he served. 

ABFIDAVITS IN 1874 March 19 in Culpepoer Co Va of Tabitha Garnett "nd 
James Garnett Tabitha was age 81 and Janes A-q 7Z,., residents of said 
Culpeoer Co Va and state they were eye vfitness to the marriage of Larkin 
Garnett and Elizabeth Garnett. That t'^ey "/ere m-^rried at tb.e residence 
of t e faf-'Or of said ^ J Garnett in 1812 an'^ that Larkin Garnett enlisted 
in tie riilitar:'' service during t'o war of 1812. 



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VIRGINIA SEP.V'CE OF S?!EDI.EY G/.R^-ETT ATO SAI^Y G'RMETT pape 31--- 
SO 17A41 SC 10863 '"O 20357 '"G 10233 

Boimt- land warrant 30595 f-r 40 .-^cros in 1850 and 22972 120 acres 

in 1855. 

Enlisted July 24 1814 and dischartred Se tener 26 1814. 

EasifencG of soldier 1850 1855 Carol'' ne County Virginia •-'nd in 1S71 

Car'^lrine Co Va at Sparta. Residence -^f v/idow 1878 ind 1880 'was 

in same cou'ty. Ifeiden name of widow was Sarah - vfho 

f rst n?rried a ^Baldwin. Marriage of soldier and widow 

was May '3 3.850 in Car-^line counts- Va, and soldier died Jan 8 1875 
in Caroline Oo Va . and she died June 2^ 1895 at Sparta Va . 

He served as substitute f-^.r Thonas Richerson in Capt Harrison ^nd F 
Royst'^n's coh any -"f Va niilitia , 

The nniden nare "^f -".adw look? like Sally Baldwin 
Smedlev G^rnett was a-'e 51 when he apn].ed in Carol ne Co Va 
1850 states he v;as a orivi-t-e inC'' t Thomas Ro^-st'-^n in 41st Regiment 
of Va nilitia vindor Cni Vincent ^rnnhan in the war of 1812 
st''tes he was drafted ard v-ent as a s'^bstit- te f-^r T'-ionas Richerson 
24 July 1814" t'-at h.ewas first under Ca t ^"n Harrison in -g the 41st 
reriment and then transferred to Ca ot Royston and served 2 months 
and was discharged at Alexandria S C 24 Se-^t 1814. 



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DECLARATION was made in S-jLLTVA. COUNTY T^^ivTi^ESSEE 1834 Au 

August 20 by SAlvTUliL KENSLSY a resident of 1/ASHINGTON COm\iTY 

VIRGINIA but who on account of having formerly sepv resided 

In Sullivan County Tennessee, v/here reputation of his 

Revolutionary war service can be proved, makes this his aopli- 

availing 
cation for a pension and being desmrous of a^eidiHg himself 

of the provisi -'ns of the ^xt of C(.ingress June 7 1832; t/jat 

HE WAS BORI'J IN CULPEF ^R COUI^TY VIRGINIA 1755 according to 

the traditionary account of his age, tho he has no record 

thereof, that he is now aged 79 and entered service under 

following officers, having reinoved 1773, to the frontier settle 

-ment of Va, where he nov; resides and having served against 

the Shavvanee Indians in 1774 - t; st in July 1776 he volunteered 

in the militia under CA-T S'lELBY a ainst the Cherokee Indian 

rendes used ct Shelby fort m BRIAR CREEK and marhhed to 

3yca.morc shoals on "v/atagu a and joined Robisons men nnd 

narched down to Nolech^-'Cky and ranged and scouted the country 

and killed seme Indians and was kept ranging until the expirati 

of his tiiTioarid v;as verbally dischcr^od , be ng 4 months in ser 

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VIRGINIA MB NORTH CAROLINA SERVICE OF AD/u. HARiViCK OR HARi'.IEN 

HARMEil JV 754 and Barbara 
bounty land, warrant 34541 f jr 160 acres in 1355 

The following is furnished fr m claim for pension 
I\o V/754 based upon military service nf said Adam Harmon 
or Harmen. Ho v/as BORN February 15, 1764 in SHEl^IAIJDOAH CO 
VA. and I'fcilo a resident of said Shenandoah Co Va ho enlisted 
in ovombcr 1780, served in Capt Downey's Va company and 
guarded prisoners at Winchester Barrac s until npril 1781, when 
Y/hen he was discharged. Oq his return from this service 
he moved from Shenandoah Co Va , to the western frontier of 
North "^arolina, later in the state cf Tennessee, and settled 
on the NOLIGHuCKY RIVER on the Border of the Cherokee Nation. 
Immediately after his s arrival, he enlisted and s srvv^a six wee 
weeks in Capt Campbell's Co, Col Martin's N C regiment ajid 
marched, against the Cherokees; snortly :;fter the terz/ination 
of this ser xce, he enlisted again, served 3 months in Capt 
Scott's company under Col Sovier and Christie, did guard 
duty and went on scouting parties against the Cherokees. 

He was allowed pension on his application executed Nov 
8 1833, while residing in Mauk's District, '.Vashington Co Tenn . 
Ho was pensioned Adan: Horncn. He died May 4 1844,, at his 
residence m Vfcshington Co Tonn . 

He married J-ne 21 1301 in Greene County Tenn to 
Barbara Burnhort or Bcrnhort . The v;idow Barbara was allowed 
pension Feb" 16 1353, at v/hich time she v/as age 70, and 
resided in Washington Go Tonn. 

It was stated t.--oy had several children in 1865 t .e 
widow stated she v;as residing vath her daughter and son in- 
law IN VvASHINGTON CO T^vTN . Sno gave no names and no names 
^-p nt-.hRT" r-.h1ldren aro shovvTi . 



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WAR OF 1812, VIRGINIA SiJfVICE OF THCi.AS KSIm EDY AND RUTH WO 
5783 and ■. C 11993 

He served as private in Ge -,t Jacob Knave's company of 
Virginia militia and Ga..t Gregory's colnpany of Virjinia iJilitia. 

T'.s brief shows the vollowing. Bounty land warrants Nos. 
14186 for 80 acres in 1850 and 8063 for 80 acres- in 1855 
Enlisted April 19 1314 and was discharged August 3, 1814 
(16 days travel added to serviee making 4 months service. 
He resided in 1850 in Greene County Ohio, in 1855 Champaign 
County Ohio. 1871 tro Viridow resided in North Lev/isburg 
Champaign County Ohio. Her maiden name was Rutli Gordon 
They married Deceinber 18 1325, Berkeley County Va , (now West Va ) 
Death of soldier January 1 1852, in Xenia Greene County Ohio 
Death of widov; .VD'..ut 1397, North Lewisbur Ohio. 

Mrs Ruth Ken..edy was age 76 in 1371 when she filed declara- 
tion in Union county Ohio a resident of Worth LeY/isbur , 
Ghamipaign Co Ohio. Stat- s she is the v,'i-'Ow of Thomas Ken^iedy 
; t at he enlisted in Capt Jacob Ijiave's company, Col ^iM 
Gregory's militia at Martinsburg Va , and v/as honorably dischd 
at Richmo'^d, Va • that her husband served 9 months in the war 
of th.3 war of 1312. She received bounty land warrant 

since tV.e death of her husband and filed with said claim proof 
of her marriage and of death of her said husband. States 

they were married at i..artinsburg Va by Rev Nathan Young, 

1811 December 18. CERTIPIr;D COPY OF :«iARRIA E WAS FUP:TISHiD BY 
T'-U CLLRI^ OF EilPJ^ELY GOL'TIT ■■ ST VA showing Thomas Kennedy 
•viarried Ruth Gordon 1325 Deoembpr 18th, by Nathan Young 
minister. 



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V/AR OP 1312, VIRGINIA S^^RVICE OF THOrlAS PffilJ EDY AND RUTI-I 
WO 6783 and V^'C 11998 ^.^^ ,, 

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Thoraas Konnedy nodo doclr.ration in GREEriE COUIJTY OHIO 

DcGsniber 4th 1850 ag© 58 a resident of said county and 

state. y<ho states he is the identical Thomas Kennedy who was 

a private in company of Ga .t vVm Gregory in the 4th regiment 

of Light Infantry in Va militia under Col ii Boyd in the 

War of 1812, tnat he volunteered at Llartinsburg Va about the 

third i.iay 1814 for three months and i continued in actual 

service in said war for 3 r.ionths and was honorably dischad 
at Norfolk Va about Aug 3 1814- o T.akcs this declaration 
in order to obtain the bounty land to v/hich he may be entitled. 

DhCMR-TION msdo by Ruth I'lonnedy 1854 in Gr'^ene Go 
Ohio age 54 than; tnat he died in Greene Co Ohio about 
1st January 1852, that s she was .narried to him in Berkley Co 
Va Jan 1325. 

AFFIDAVIT MADE BY NMTCY ICENNSDY IN GRi^.:NE COUIJTY OHIO 
1854 Feb 15 age 61, who siates she is personally acquain- 
ted with Ruth Kennedy aid was also ivoll acquainted with her 
husband Thomas Ken ody; and was present when said Thomas 
Kennedy ard Rutn ware married in Januar^; 1825 by Nathan Young 
a minister of the gospel, and saw th^e marriage ceremony 

performed. Affidavit of Jones Raney in Green Co Ohio 1854 
was acquaint oc; v;ith Thomas Ken.iedy and testified to his 1812 
war service . 



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VI RG IN I A AI^^D NORTH CAROLINA SSRVICii; OE AQUILLA LAIIS AIID 

AGUES " R6116 

IT Ax'-EATJS PROl'i TKh CLAT.t NO R611S dat d February 

1, 1845 t::at Aquilla Lane was resident of Jefferson County 

Tennessee, that his '.vidv-'W i'.gnes Lane ap-;lied for pension 

cm tris date in said county. She alleged that Aquilla Lane 

resided in Orange County Vir.^inia when he first entered service 

f-iat he enlisted 1779 m ^apt Aussell's company -Colo--el 

Christian's regimont, and served against the Indians, six 

months; that he was narciied froui Virginia to South Carolina where 

where he was taken prisoner and held sone time before he v/as 

euchanged ; and that he enlisted the latter part of August or 

September 1731. und':.r Gapt Anthony Belcher Col Isaac Shelby's 

regiment, in tue state of NORTH CAROLINA and served for 6 

months. i->7,'OQj^ 

She wee also alleged tiiat she was married to the soldier 

Feb 1 1780 in Washington County Tennessee , (then it was North 

Carolina) and that he died November 24 1819. 

This claim for pension was never allov/ed for the reason that 

the claimant failed to fumisn proof of the alleged service. 

The family data in the file follows; 

AQUILLA LME ALD AGNES FITZGERiiLD v/ere married February 1,1730 

Aquilla I,ane was born l/i-y 18 1753 

Agnes Lane was born June 18 1753 

ESTHER LANE MS BORi'i N';V 7 1730 

Garret Lane vi'as born June 18 1782 

Ranson Lane was born October 17 1784 

Jane Lane was born lusrch 6, 1787 



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VIRGINIA Al'ID NORTH CAROLINA Sii-RVIGJi OP AQUILLA LANE AND 
PAGE 2 R 6116 & Agnes 

PAi^ILY RECORDS CONTINUED: i 

TIDENCE LME BORII APRIL 13 i2M 1789 

Thcney Lane born September 29 1791 

Joiin King Lone born January 7 1794 

Clear Lane born April 4 1796 

Anna Lane bom April 4, 1793 

Pleasant; Lane born April 20 1300 

Adellna Lcrie bom ie;tc;nbcr 17 1302 

Thomas Jefferson Lane, born October 9 1804 

Thomas J Ls-uno married July 25, 1822 to VANY P/J^TGLE . 

PLEASAl'T W LiU'TE IviARHIED AUGUST 21 1823 to ilary H Coltharp 

born Aug 6 1805 

iViARY KATHARINE DAUGHTER OP P W AI'?D IvLiRY H LiilvE was born 

December 25 1323. 

In Januarv 1352 Thomas J Lane stated that his mother 

Agnes Lane had died some four years since. 



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VIRGINIA SERVICE OF CHARLES LAIN MB SARAH OR SALLY W 26193 
BoLinty land warrant 26750 for 16C acres in 1855. 

Dr^GLARATION inaae in BR/^JDLEY COmiTY T.Ni-ESSEE October 
14, 1853 by t::!e widow, then age 76. 

The soldier Charles Lane ;vas all wed pension September 
9, or 10 1852, at wnich time he was a;:e 73 and living in Roane 
Count;y Tennessee. He died November 6, 1843 in BRADLEY 
COUNTY TEIhiESS^E; HE MARRIED JMJUARY 6 -7 or 8 1801 in COCKE 
COUNTY TEl-iNESSE TO SARA^ OR SALLY LilSTSR . 

AIj. data following were obtained from papers on file in 
the pension claim «'" 261v3j based pon the military service 
of Charles Lain. 

While living in AL'IHERST COLl^^TY VIRGINIA, he enlisted 
and served with the Virginia troops as follows; in the summer 
1780 2 months as orderly ser;.;eant under Oar.t John Jacobs 
and Cclonol Taylor and was engaged in guarding Burgoyne's 
prisoners at the barracks in ALBEMARLE CCIT^ITY VIRGINIA, after 
the expiration of said term he served 2 months as orderly 
sergeant under Ca.;.t Ja-.^es Pamplimg and Col Taylor and v/as 
engaged i^ guarding Burgoyne's prisoners at the Barrakc in 
Albemarle Go Va, he afterv;ards served six months as corporal 
under Capt Richard Ballingor, he afterwards served 3 months 
under Capt John V/oodrough, Colonels Jclm Pope, Wm Cavill and 
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VIRGINIA SERVICiL OP CHARLES LAIN AlTD 3ARA'-T OR SALLY Vi26193 
PAGE 2 continued: 

In 1865 the widow stated that she \7as age 92 and was 
then living in Bradley Counby Tonuesseo, having lived there 
v/ith her daunhter, :.ir3 Burton, since 1361. 

Samuel Burton and La\ina Burton were living in Bradley 
County Tennessee 1855. and Charles L Burten and Iviar^raret I or 
J. Burten sor ed as wit'iesses for the v/idow SaraBi Lain but it 
was not stated th'^t they were related to the soldier or widov/. 

One Joseph Lain or Lcno served during the Revolution with 
the soldier Charles Lain, r-jlationship not given. 

It was stated thot Charles and S^rah L-ain had six children 
but their names vierz not designated.. 



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VIRGINIA SERVICii^ OF DRURY LANE AifD CAROLU'O iVlATILDA \V8015 

DECLARATION made in RUT :n;HF'CHD CClL'TY TkJxIESSEE 1832 
August 20, by Drury Lane, who aoplied under the Act cf 1832, 
June 7, at age 77. who states thi-.t he enlisted in 1780 
as drafted in f:e militia, in Bedford County Virginia. He 
was drafted on Saturday, he thinks the 27 December of that year 
and joined Capt John Trigs Company, Thomas Leftridge, Lieut. 
They marched on the Monday after, tlie draft took place. 
Through Petersburg, and then to Cabin Point. Here the 
comijany joined the coi'iriand of General huhlenburg. Col Ivleriwe- 
ther and Ivlaj DeClomer? He thinks the Baron Steuben had 
cora'nand at that place. From this point he vvas marched to 
Saffold - he was stationed at Port upon Elizabeth river 
six weeks, under I.iulenburg, marched thro Dismanl Swamp into 
Worth Carolina, to Edenton and from there to Suffolk-to Cabin 
point ond Petersburg and at this place he was discharged by 
Capt Trigg. About 1781 Aug 1, he was again drafted - he 
joSrned company under Capt Mat hew Summers and Lt Thomas CqX 
- rendesvoused at Red stone in Bedford Co and marched immedia- 
tely to Points fork or James River % and then met General 
washin;;;ton. He was attached to Fiaj Holcoiab, - he was in 

a skirmish at Plickory Creek church on the March to York. 
He received his discharge at Petersburg from Capt Trigg for 
his first tour and from. Capt Cumjnins at York for his 2nd tour. 
HE WAS BORi^J IN BEDFORD COUITTY VA . HE DOSS N T recollect the 

yearBat he is now age 77 and on Peo 14th next. 

Affida' it of Mary Laine in Wilson Co Tenn 1832 
States she is acquainted for a number of years v;ith Drury Lair 
Laine, late of Va and of Bedford Co and for last 13 years of 
Rutherford Co Tenn and knows he served in t'-ie Revolution 



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VIRGINIA SSR^/ICf. OP DRURY L/iNii, AND CAROLINE luATILDA 1/V8015 
PAGE 2 continued: 

APPLICATION of Rutherford Go Tjn>>33SGe in 1833 Dec 10, 
by G?,rollne I.iatilda Lano a resident of said county age 82 
on this date, applied under the Act of July 4 1836, states 
she is the v;idow of Drury Lane, a pensioner in said county. 
Th.-it she v;as mj?.rri ed to him 15 August 1778; that li Drury 
Lane died 28 July 1836. 

DECLARATION filed in Bedford County Tennessee 1838 
by Thomas 3 Marshall stating that be became acquainted 
with Drury Lane and v7ifG uaroline about 1781, they then 
lived tn Campbell Countv Va , they had ± one or 2 children, 
Henry and perhaps Isharn Lane, the for:rier of wh'ch is dead, 
n-iows they have lived together as nan and wife and raised a 
lar e family . He has knovm them ever since. Drury Lane died 
t',vc years since. His widow resides in the county of Ruther- 
ford and still remains single. 

^ , Affidavit in Bedford Co Tenn by Isham Lane states 
lie nas in nis possession a record herev/ith sent, which was m 
made out by this deponent and taken from a record 22 years a 
sro m possession of Joseph Lano an older brother of Dr>iry 
Lane^. Prom said record it will be seen that deeonent ;vas Born 
iviarcn 10 -l780 the widow of Drury Lane has not remarried since 
nis death which occurred 28 July 1835. 

-Family records follows: EtiNRY LAHE BORI>i MARCH 10 1780 
Isham ± H Lane was bom Feb 28 1782 
Sarah IV Lane v/as born Jan 4 1785 
Mary H Lane was born Nov 17 1788 
Drury Lane was born P'eb 14 1791 

RUTHERFORD IXKK LaIJS v/as born May 12 1794 
Horatio G Lane born March 18 1797 
Henry Lano born Oct 16 1801 

iVilliafl Lane born Feb 27 1804 (some of these dates are very 
dim and I may not have road them xx right. 

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VIRGINIA SEK'./IGm] Op GISBOM LAIN OR MINE S 4496 PAGE 41--- 
or Gisborne " " 

DECLARATION v/as made in VlflLSON GO^tNTY T.d'NESSEE Septem- 
ber 26 1832, who applied under the Act of June 7 1832, 
age 79. He states he entered ser^'ice 1778, as a volunteer 
under Oapt George Durancorpis? from Prince /snn County Virginia 
and marched to Portsmouth where as wel as I recollect, I was 
mustered into service by iicCulloch, Col J hn v/ilson were 
present This v;as about time the Garrison v/as f'",rst establish- 
ed at Portsmouth. we were stationed there to prevent the 
British from landing. Col i.erifflith v/ith some regulars were 
stationed at Portsmouth a£ to mana;j:e the artillery ^ This was 

about 25 or 30 miles from my place of residence and I v/as 

suffered? 
frequently su~\pened : to go home to ray family, and when I was 

wanted, I v;as notified by a sergeant or corporal to return 

to the fort. I lived in the lower end of NOIiPOLK COUimTY 

ADJOINING PKINCL AI',^N COIujTY. I was in no battles, 'Me had 

Si)metiiae had routs after the tories. I was in actual service 

aoout six or seven months in all. They sometimes had me at the 

light house, the salt house « Great Bridge and Black v;ater brj 

bridge. There V7as a captain Jenning with the regulcrs and 

Joshua Gri.ues, therj was e captain Spenca West and Caitor 

i.iulden Lieut Lieut.- He removed from Norfolk County V'a to 

HALIFAX COUl^ITY NORTH CAROLINA, whoi^ I lived until 1615, when 

I removed to Tennessee, /silson county, where I have li-zed over 

since. Joshua V/oolen and James Gray made affidavits in Vi'ilsor. 

Co Tenn . same time and place. 



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VIRGINIA SERVICE OP HENRY LME R 6122 ?hGE 42--- 

DECLARATION was made in Ai-lH;,.iST GOLT:"TY VIRGINIA 1832 
by Henry Lane a resident of A-riherst Co Va age 87 who ap.lied 
under the HCt of June 7 l&o2 , stating he enlisted under 
Prank Coleman .:.f Spottsylvanla where ho lived at that timei 
t:iat he was born in HANO'rh.R CCUiITY UPON SOTJTH.ANNA RIVER 
1745 on the 26th NoveiTiher . He thinks it v/as spring of 1780 
when he entered service: that he passed through Louisa, 
Kanover, Henrico, count es that he encamped at the deep 
springs near Vi/illiar.:sbur - 4 or 5 v/eelcs* t at he was marched 
from the place- to the Ic'ew :..agaize al.ovo ".''illj.am.sburg in sight 
of the Marquis LaPayette George Stubbleficld was Colonel of 
the Spottsylvania re^ii-n-jnt ; that Col lierriwetlior commanded 
tne regiocnt under which ho enlisted; sered 3 months; that 
he served 3 o, 4 weehs at the 3arrac>3 in ALBEMARDj COTJx'iTY. 
- He has a record of' his age in an old family bible which is 
now in the State of KENTIjC Y; that he carie from Spottsylvania 
to Araherst Go Va and has lived since that time in said county 
of Rockbridge and Bedford and is now living in Amiierst Co. 



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VIRGINIA MD NORTH CAROLINA SERVICE OP ISAAC LANE A„ND SARAH 

R S137 Bount3^ land v/arrant 
54621 for 150 acres in 1855 
T-e data which follow of Isaac Lane were obtained from 

tlie papers on file in claim for ponssi^n and bounty land 

under file No R 6137 based upon his service in the Revolution 

- said Isaac Lane v.'as BORl^I Pebr^^ary 14, 1760, place not given 

nor were the names of his parents qiven. 

Wsxile a resident of Pittsylvania Count ■ Va ^ Isaac Lane 
enl.is ted so;rietime in Jione 1776, served 2 months and 20 days 
as privfcte in Cabt iPeter Perkins' Va company. He moved to 
WASHINGTON COUIvITY WORTH CAROLINA, near the mouth of Wautauga 
river, about 9 miles from the site of Jonesboro, Tenn . he 
enlisted in 1779 and ser ed 14 days as private in Capt 
VVillia;,! Bean's N C company. He served from September 1, 1780 
3 months and 15 da s as Lieutenant in Capt George Russell's 
and Thomas Jarnagin's companies. Col Sevier's North Carolina 
re.tim.ent, and v/as in a battle at the head of Boyd's creek. 

Isaac Lane moved from V/atauga Courjty, and there to 
Mclvlinn County Tenoessee. He was allov/ed pension on his 
amplication executed Septem.ber 5, 1832, at which time he was 
living in McMinn County Ter.nessee. Isaac Lane married in 
May 17S2, in WASKINGTON COUiTTY NORTH CAROLINA TO SARAH RUSSEL 
(Russel ). Date and place of her birth and names of her 
parents were not given, nor was it stated tnot the Caotain 
Geor-e Russell under whom Isaac Lane served in 1780 v/as a 
relative of the sadd Sarah Russell. 

Isaac Lane died November 9 1851, in McMinn County Tenn . 

His widow Sarah Lane was allowed ^ >il60 acres of bounty 
land on her application executed April 14, 1855, at which 



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VIRGINIA AND NORTH CAROLINA SERVICE OF ISAAC LATlS & SARAH 
PAGE 2 continued: R 5137 and etc. 

time she was aged about 95 years, living m Mdiinn County 

Tennessee . 

Reference was made to children of Isaac Lane and his v/ife 
Sarah, but the only nape designated v/as thc.t of a son, TIDAI\TCE 
C. LAis'E, v/ho was living in 1344 in McMinn County Tennessee, his 
age not stated. Reference was made, also to one Russell Lane, 
but his relationship to the fa-rdly was not shovm. 

The papers en file in these claims contain no f';rther 
discernible data in Toward to farollvo 

If you dosire information in ro.ard to location of the 
land referred to above, you should apply to the Comtnissioncr of 
the General Land Office, this city, and ffmisn the follov/ing 
data: 

WARRAI^TT NO 34621 for 150 acres under Act of 1855. 



VIRGINIA SERVICis OP ISHAiM LANE S 13705 Pi^Gg 45^ 

DiiCLARATION was filed in h&dlsQn county Kentucky 
1832 August 13, a^E where he had lived 23 years. 

Isham Lane was born in September 1757 in Louisa County 
Virginia. His father and family wore living in ALBEMARLE CO. 
VA during the ^evolution, but their naiaes wers not given. 

V/nile a resident of Albemarle County Va , Ishaia Lane 
enlisted and ser^od 1773, for 3 months as sergeant in Caotain 
Wallace's com-any of Virginia troops. He sered in 1789, 2 
months, na-rios of officers not given. Ke served 1730, 2 months 
in Capt Johnson's compaxiy. Col Dic'c's Va regiment. He served 
in 1781, about five months, part of t-:c time in Capt Webb's 
company, Col Stevens' Virginia regiment, druing kk his service 
he ms at th'j surrender of Cornwallis at Yorktown. 

The papers on file in this claim contain no reference to 
wife or children of the soldier, Isaac Lcne. 

In order to obtain the date of last payment of pension, 
name and address of person paid, and possibly the date of 
death of this pensioner, you should ap ly to the General 
Accounting Office, Records division, Ifeshington D C and furnish 
t-e following data: 

Isham Lane, Certificate No 7306 
issued I.iarch 27 1833 at rate of .ipl20 per annum, comi-enced 
March 4 1S31, Act of June 7 1832 o Kentuc':y Agency. 



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VIRGINIA SERVICE OF JAi/jiS LAi'-.'E AIID RAC.^^EL R 6135 PAGE 46-- 

AFPIDAVITS OF ELIZABETi^ HEARD AND TRjiviAS AIIDERSON taken 
in WILKES COUiITY GEORGIA 1856 i..ay 20th stating 
they were virell acquainted with Ja ss Lane a soldier of the 
RevoluLionary war in the Vir ,inia Line; knew therii for am many 
years having lived nei hbcrs to them; that the maiden name of 
said Raci:iel Lane, was RACHEL Al'JTHONi', and knew them to live 
together as man and wife. 

Affidavits of Thomas /Jiderson and Chas L Bottom in 
Vi/ Ikes County ga 1855 Sept 5 statin v they are acquainted 
with Mlcajah A Lane and I:ark Lane Cf ildren of James & Rachel 

Lane and that they are tne only survivin chili!ren. 
PAi/iILY RECORDS ARE PILED AS FOLLOWS? 
i^iARRIAGSS: JA..-.:iS LaNE WAS j-.ARRIED TO HIS V/IPE RACHEL LANE 
2nd January 1789. 

PERSONA ijY appeared Kicajah A Lane in n'ilkes County 
:}g iSeor ia. .1355 t;;at the family records of Ja^^es Lane and his 
wife Rachel Lane^ is enuine and has been in his possession 
since death of his fatner and mother and is in tiie hand^vritln 

of "ail-Lam T Lane . 

birt:-:s ; 

JA.r..,:,3 LaJE h'AS 30RK OCTOBER 14 1754;- Kacnel Lane was born MarCi 

8th 1763 
JOSEPH A. L^:E WAS BORN SEPTEMBER 15 1789 
Mark A Li-ne was born Pebrviary 12 1791 
Ja.nes P Lane was born August 22 1792, klCAJAH A LAI'TE 
WAS BORN DECE..i3ER 24, 1793. 

\¥lLLIAi. T LAir.-; v/as bom October 12 1795 
SARAH A LAiiE WAS 50R.O OCTOBER 29 1797 

LUCINDA HOUSTIN? WAS BOKI -not stated. 

DEATHS s JA::^S LANE DEPARTED THIS LIFE DEC 10 1798 
Joseph A Lane died 12 13^ 1308; hargaret A CALLOWAY ? 

died 21 Au ;ust 1845 age 22 (29) 
RACHEL LAiaTE DIED _AIJ'JJST 12 1836. 

iviICAJAH A Lj-l'v'E filed declaration in Wilkes County Ga . 
1855 stating he is one of the heirs of Jar.ies and Rachel Lar^e . 
States his fa't*ier enlisted in H/JIOVER COUTITY VIRGINIA. 
Th.GRE AR.. NO OTNJ-R CHILDRE^v OR H.1IRS OF MICAJAH BUT HIS BROTK^ 
OF COBB COUNTY G.lORGIA. IvUiRIC A L;J;E OP -x-" 



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VIRGINIA SERVICE OP JAl.ES LANS S35517 PAGE 47 

DECLARATIOII was made in Lev;5_s CoiJintv T:entac'-y, October 
19, 1818, at wnich tiuie he was age 69 and a resident of 
said county. He stated th^.t he v/as a school teacher. 

T.'je data followj.ng were obtained from the papers on file 
in the Revolutionary v/ar pension claim 35517, based upon the 
:^ii 11 1 a r y se r v 1 c a of Ja '.e s Lan e . 

JaKies Lane enlisted July 3^ 1777 , in Uniontov/n. Pennsyl- 
vania for 3 years in Caot Ja^ies O'Karra' Independent corapany, 
v/hich company v/as raised by tne Statr. of Virginia to be 
stationed at the inouth of the Great Kanav/ha river; he was in 
Indian Expeditions and in several s''-irmisnes with the savage 
- in May 1778 part of said company and part of the 9th Va 
regiment, were;) sent down the Mississippi vrith a cargo of 
Continental provisions to barter with the Spaniards for clothii 
-ing for the troops at Pittsburg, Ja:' es La'ie went on this 
expedition and returned to Pittsburg about Septeriber following 
h^nen his company was attached to the 9th Virginia Regiment, 
under Col John Gibson, soldier was appointed quarter raster 
sergeant and served until July 26, 1783. 

In 1820 Ja.-'Os Lane stated his wife v;as aged 70 and that 
they hac". reared six children, all of whogi were then married. 
He gave no names cf wife or children. In 1827 James Lane had 
moved to Rush Co, Indiana, to be near his children, 2 sons 
ha ing moved, to Indiana. In sa -e year, one Joseph Land made 
affidavit in R sh "Jc Indiana, no relationship to the soTdier 
was given. 

Tne number of his certificate was 11174 issued May 
31, 1319 at rate of .^8 per month, beginning Oct 19 1818(1818) 
at rate of ^ per month, com;.iancing Oct 19 1812 '.ndsr Act of 
March 18 1813, Indiana Agency. 



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VIRGINIA SERVICE OP JAiv.ES LAl^JE A.TD TEIviPSRAIJCE W 8026 

xBounty land warrant 26318 for 160 acres in 1855 

DEGIARATIffiH vi^S IvIAjE 1832 =i-.igust 20 by James Lane 
a resident of said county a^e 36. who airjl-fed under the 
Act of ^une 7 1832 states he entered service in 1776 
at ti¥=n- Lexington, nockbrldse County Va under Gapt 
Samuel Trallis a..i;l Col vvV.i Cheshare? marched to the Long 

Islaad of Holston against t ..e Chsro'-ec indians 
X and served 3 months v/as disc ar ed and ret rned home in 
t:e fall, last of October- or first of Nov - and ar again 
entered service m Kockbrid.-^e Oo Va under Capt Thomas 

Karri sojj undor Col ..ir J;rimbie a -'d iiaior Mmonson. -marcr^ed 
to Point x^leasant en t'.e ClilO at the mouth of Ganawha. 
Mentions Col A^idrew Lewis (virriting very difficult to 
decipher) mentions Capt ".V-.! Jiughes in Rcckbrid::e Go. 

He stated he was BORN in Great Bre ? 

to Rockbridge Co Virginia -about 14 years old 

was born 22 Decemb r 1746, • : 

The widow Temperance Lane filed declaration in Grainger 
Go Tern 25 June 1853 a2,e about 65 t at her husband served 

five years, and states she v;as married to James Lane by 
TnoriQS Brown, a J P for Grainger Co Tenn 17th Aug 1330 and 
lived with him until his death and she still remains his wider 
- she refers to the case of John A Blackburn at Bull Run 
uost office, in Graln^xer Go Tenn. t'st James Lane died 
4th Fee- 1335. 

SHE MADi Al^OTK-j^R Declaration in KNOX COUNTY Ti£N!' 
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VIRGINIA SERvICxi, CF JOHK LA/:r: AND LARSARr'T OIl MhRGRET W27146 

'D'ECLi\RhTlCu was made in kO?!T::Or..u.RY COUIJTY K.iKTuC Y 
January 13, 1843 by Iv.argpret Lane a resident of said 

county and state a^e 84 vj]:io applied under the /iCt of July 7 , 

1338, who states she is the u'ldov; of Joim Lane of said county 

and state, tirt he v/as a soldier during the war of tho 

Revolution in the Virginia Ljbiie as well as she can recollect, 

that her hushond came to her father's house just from the 

service- in the army as he said in company with her brother 

THOr.AS / . the first tim.o she ever saw him. She cannot 

state the regiment nor the Colonel he served under. Nor the 

length of time he did serve but thinks it was about 12 months 

or 17 raonths, and that she v/as married to John Lane in 

PRINCE Gji.ORC-E GOm'TY MAR'YLAKD , 21st February 1781: she has 

a record of the rasrriaga of tae a26 of her children all of whxc 

which is in the handvo'iting of her husband, Johji Lcno. The 

record sho\/s that her sen Truman was born 13 July 1782 . 

xind she was legally married to John Lane prior to the birth of 

of any of thoir children^ JOffil L^a-hii DEx-ARTED T-:±S, LIFE 

lanuary 30, 1324. She still remains widow of Johji Lrne . 

rffidav t of Jolm Jones a o about 80 states he 

became acquainted with John Lane and Margaret Lane his wife 

more than 30 years ago and believes t'_em to have been raand and 

wife, lawful-uy married, ^ilso affxdavits of J Jones 

and Jonathan Jones at same time and place v/ere xvell acquainteo 

y;ith i\.argaret Lfne for over 20 years ^ 

JOHI\[ 
Tne family records foliow| / Li.NE WAS 30Rh OCTOBER 5, 

1755, and Mar. aret his wife wa:. BORN Nov 22 1761 and they 



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VIRGIIIIA SERVICE OF JOXIv LkVZ AiTD MaRG^.R^T OR MARGARET 
r'AGE 2 continued; .■.'.ARC RET 1/V27146 

FGtruary 21, 17S1 and their first child TRU...u" L^ii^IE V/AS EORIT 

JULY 18^ 1732 ad Ai-:M TRu;..::: LA>"E MAS BOR:-' NO. 2 i5§5 1783 

:i^Y 3r..ITH L/A E Ai-.S BC^R];. AUJITST 4th 1786; JEI;IMA WADDEY LA!^E WAS 

f!as BORi^ March 4 1789; ELIZiv'ETH LANE V;aS BOKR J LY 4, 1791 

KARYANNE LANE Y.^iS DORil JAKU/.RY 21 1794 SARAF LM- WAS BORi^ SE T 

September 17, 1795; ElRi-^:l LhNS WAS BORN hare 18 1799. 

■AiRGiiR^T LA2TE filed Declaration in MARION COUNTY 

KENTjGxIY FEBRurxRY 9 1844 rrc 82, ?/ -o a nlicd under the not 

of iv:.-rch 3 1843, states slie is th-3 widow of Jobn Lane v/ho 

was a regula.r soldier on che Va Ccntinental line in the 

Re V lut i en ar;-, v;ar, 

^PO .-T NOT..T T ^^iRRZD~TO THE Hi ■RRrAGi:,~RrC'ora5S 0P~ 
PRINCE G.iORGES COUNTY .uiRYLi^^ND in the GAUSIUS BRUNBAUGR 
MARYLA D RECuRDS A:!D FCUiTD TUE iv!i.RRIi.GE OP JOHN L.iNE TO 
MARGARET BARNES 1731 February 21st. 

I also referred to the TAX LIST OF KY^NTUG 'NY OF 1800 
published by Glenn Clift end found John Lane living in 
Montgomery County Kont/c'-y on thot date. 



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VIRGINIA Mm GOKTINl'ITAL CO. L'SCTICUT SEE ICE OP 

JOroi LME S 38129 PAGE 51 

DECLARATIOl'; was .n.ade in Chesterfield County Virginia 
December 4 1319. He v/as a resident of ivlanchester said county. 
He had lived previously in Ricliniond Vir inia and in 1821 in 
HENRICO COm^TY VIRGINI/i. Taere is no record of a claim of 
bounty land based upon his service. 

It appears from the Revolutionary vi^ar pension claims 
No 338129 that John Lane died July 14 1823 in Richm.ond, 
Virginia. The date and place of birth and names of his 
parents arc not shown. 

John Lane enlistod 1776, in state of ]t^;W HAMPSHIRE, 
exact place not designated, and served 3 years as a private 
in Gapt Lucas' Company, Col l/illis' regiment, General Pijtnam's 
Brigade was at the battle of "vhite Plains, Trenton, Prince, 
Germantovm and Savannah, where ho was severely ^'/ounded - nature 
of wound not stated, and taken prisoner, .length of time held 
in captivity not stated; after his exchange he ro-enlisted 
for the war, and v/ as dischar ;-;-ed at Hampton, Va by Capt or 
Major Robert Nelson, to vmose corps of cavalry he had been 
attached ■> 

A dau^;htar of John Lane is referred to; her na^e is not 
given nor is the name of his wife shov/n . In 1851 a grand daugh- 
ter who v/as the v/ifo of Viij.liara Clark, was residing in Richmond 
Va, her maiden name end naraes of her parents are not stated 
and tliere is no further fanily data. 






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VIRGINIA SEP ICE OP JOM LANE S 4?l740 PAGE 52 

D^:OLAKATION was mado in EOX GOirriTY T .NIIESSEE OCTOBER 28, 
1818 by John Lane a^e 64 and a citizen of WILKES COroiTY 
NORTH CAROLINA. He stated t:-i:.t about 2 January 1775 he enlistc 
-listed under Gaot aeor:<e Stubbleflsld of the 5th Vir^^nia 
regihient under Col Charles Scott. That he enlisted in 
Spottsylvania County Vir^iinia and served until Jan 1778, when 
he was honorably disc".- rred at VAL:lEY FORGE PEII'-'SYLVAJ^riA, and 
remained with the arny sonotirae after his dischar e, during 
his time of service he vtas in the br.ttles of TRENTON, .-PRINCE- 
TON ^. BRii^IDYW YIE OF GER;.IAxjTOVi;N AilD I.iONMGUT.:i MD SE^/ERAL other 
skirmies; - cannot prove his service except by k the affidavit 
of Va 111 am Mc ad v/h -. ch is ann ex e d . 

i\ffida-.-it of Win Llead follows; made in Knox Co Tenn 1818 
Oct 28, states he is a citizen of Roan Co Tenn and states he 
enlisted in the 5t.a Ee';i->.ent , under Col Chr. rles Scott Feb 1776 
and Gol Richard Cluf f ;i^derson . At the tirne this deponent 
enlisted, John Lane, v/ho made the foregoing declaration was 
then an enlisted soldier in the same regiment in the company 
of Japt otubblef ield . This deponent was kenerateiy personally 
acq-'-iainted v;ith John Lane previously to his enlistment and 
contin-od to serve virith him in sar^iy regiment until the beginning 
of year 1778 v/hen they were both disonarged at Valley Forge by 
Gol Josiah Parker, who then coirimanded the Regiiaent. He has 
been acquainted with Joim Lane and resided in same could 
Vi^ith him, viz; LOUISA COlI:'Ti VA) for many years after the 
Revolution, about 3 years ago, Lano removed to North Carolina 
and tv.e deponent to this state. 



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VIRGINIA SERVICi] OF JO N LAIJE S41740 PAGE 53 

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DEClARATIOK made in IVTLKE3 COlTyTY iJORT?! CAROLINA 1820 

September 14 by Juhri Lane a;3;G 66 a resident of said county 

and state who states he served in 5th Va ro-iment under Capt 

George Stubblef ield . Ti^.e date of his original lixs 

declaration was October 28 1818. 

lie stated that there v/as no person in his family 

except himself and v/if e . -his wife about same age as 

himself ; 66 (56) 

Ke gave a schedule of his property. 

James VVilliauis or k'ellbcrn? made affidavit t'-at he was 

acquainted v/ith the soldier j at same time and place. 



VIRGINIA SSRvICE OP JOM LANE NO 3133 pAr-F ^a 

VIRGINIA (REVOLUTIOKiiRY WAR) PRIVATE t)-*— - 

POUR CARDS NUMBERS 39163551, 3558, 9516 and 173916 

(I Alv: SURE THIS SOLDIER IS THE Sivr^iE ONE WHO APi^LIED IN 
MONTGOivIERY COUNTY KENTUCKY) v/ho had a son HIRAM lA NE 
and others. This Hiram v/as the ancestor of ivIRS ORA IVETCALP 
vYALISR, 6505 D Street, 'Washington D C) at Seat Pleasant Md. 

He appears in a Book (which book bears the following certiflca^ 
-cate: ''This rG.:;ister contains a true abstract of all the 
certificates issued at the Auditor's Office to Officers and 
soldiers of the Virginia line on CONTIMEl^lTAL ESTABLISIilvlENT . 

SIGNED J PENDLETON, AUDiDTOR . 
AUDITOR'S CPFIGER, AUG 1 1792, Teste: J Carter.'' 

UKDER THE POLLCViING HIiADING: 
A List of soldiers of the VIRGINIA LINE ON CONTINENTAL 
ESTAi^iLSHi-iElv^T i/vTiO HAVE RECEIV^^LD CERTIFICATES FOR THE BALANCE , 
of their full pay Agreeable to an act of Assembly passed 
November Session 1731^^ 

REVOLUT ION AR Y Yi/AR t 
By whom received; "KIS PAT-SR" his name was not given 
day when received; May 8 1786, 
Sum L25-6 -4 

— Another cai'd John Lano , 3 Idier Infantry 
appears in a book: (same xvording) 

By whom received - no name given, d:ite July 15 1783 
L 15-6- 

-- another card; Under the following heading, 
JOHN LME OP SOIDIER OP CAVALRY. 

" a list of STATE SOLDIERS Ai^ID SEMPJ^ who have 
received certificates for the balance of their full pay. 
Agreeable in Act of Assenbly oassed Novom. er Session 1781.'" 
drav/n by himself. May 8 1783,' L73. Jifsi3 D 11 

another card John Lane, soldier of Infantry, with same 

v/ording, and was drawn by Miles King, April 15 1783, sum of 

L 45. 



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VIRGINIA SERVICE OF J0S2PK L/L E OR LAIl: /u^'D REBECCA W1783 

DECLARATION was made in Roane County Tennessee September 
10 1832, at whir.h ti rae he v/as seventy six j^ears of age. 

Toe data follov,ln.c; v;cre obtained from papers on file in 
the pensloQ cln'.m, 1t1783 , based upon t\,G military/ service 
of Joseph Lain. Re was pensioned as Joseph Lane. 

i^ile living in A;..HERST CCirtlTY VIRGII'IA, he enlisted 
and ser ed as private with the Virginia Troops as follows: 
In the su.Mier of 1730, tv/o months in Caot John Jacob's company 
in Colonel Taylor's re'j-ir^.ent and w as engased in guarding 
prisoners at Albemarle Barracks which were captured when 
3URC7 ..'YI-JE SiJRHEl'TD.._,REJ Soon afterwards he served 2 months 
under Csot Jares '' Fanrolain'' in Colon v.l Taylor's regiment and 
was stationed at Albevizarle Barrack's; then sered seven months 
in Capt i/vi liam ']>JC':er'3 company, in Colonel Dabney's regiment; 
he afterwards served 3 m.onths in Ca :t John 'j.'oodrough' s Cosiipany 
in Col herriwetner ' s regiment, he t.aen served 4 months in Caot 
John V'/ear's company, was in the Sie e of Yorktov/n and at the 
surrender of Cornwallis. He moved to TENi-'ESSEE ABOUT 1796 

Joseph Lain died March 13, 1846, 

Joseph Lain married in Amherst County Virginia, during 
the latter part of the Revolution, Rebecca Bov/man . 

She v.-as allowed pension on hor apnli cation executed June 
30 1846, at which time she was living in BRADLEY COLTNTY 
TEISSESSEE, and she stated she was then about Ninety four. In . 
1349 she stated she was age 100 years. 

RefGrence was imde to the follovdng children of Joseoh 
and Rebecca Lain; ANDERSON, T';\elr eldest child was born 
about 1782 atxi died 1815; Sarah, their third child born 



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VIRGINIA SERVICii OP JOSEPH LMl"^ OK LAIN AND R£^^,ECCA Va783 
PAGE 2- continued ■ 

June 5 , 1785 and marri ed ^__HYTER OR KYTEN OR HYTON : 

John age 58 in 1846 and a residont of Cleveland, Tennessee. 

In 1849 on? Polly Prigtnore stated thvt she v;as born Sept. 

18 1735 and was the daughter of Joseph and Rehscca Lain. 

She Married Thomas Prigraorc in 1807 and the following was 

referred to as her f aiailv record : 

THO.:IAS PRIG:<iOEli LORN OCTOBER S, 1787 

POLLY PRIGiuCRi BORN SE.TSMUER 18, 1735 

MAHALA PRIGI/iORE BORivf OCTOEER 27. 1808 daughter of ^honias and 

Polly 
Kezla " born Decomcor 16 1*^.09 " '' '' 

Levinia ■' born March 20 1811' '' " " 

Sally " born April 25 1812 •' '' ' '' " 

Malinda " born January 15 1814 " " " 

Ruth Kelley Prigmore was born -- dote not given 

LUCINDA GREME PRIGi.IOR'^ V<AS 30R1^ JAl'IUAR .; 13, 1321 

One Bersheba Bowman stated that the widov/ Reoecca Lain 

was a sister of h^r husband^ but his name v/as not given 

In 1332 Charles Lain v/as living in Roane Go Tenn 

) 
and in 1847 one doim Lain was living in Bradley Go Tenn, but 

their relationship to soldier was not stated. 

In 1349 one './miford Rentf roe^.a-je 66 was the daughter of 

Philip Stephens, stated th£t her niot .^r, nan-.e not given was a 

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VIRGINIA SERVICE OF JOSEPH LAIN M\D SARAH ■' W5123 

C.jJRTIFIjiD COPY OP IvlARRI ..G-.-; R^CC'KD OF JOSEPH LAIN TO 

SARAH HALL was filed by the Gojnty coiirt clerk of 

Halifax County shovving the 
VIRGINIA 

the clerk states as foliowes in 1344 O^'t 25 that I, Willia.'-n 
Holt do certify that I am cier'c of the county co'irt for said 
county and have held that office for more than ten years; 
that I have examined the book containing a record of marriages 
and that I find no record of the marriage of Joseph Lain and 
SARAH HAL_ : that tne exaraioation above certified was made from 
the year 1781 (the earliest records of n:.ar i-.a^es i to 1794, 
I further certify that the records of marria'res in my office do 
not ap.;ear to be so regular and full as to raise a presumptic 
-tion a, ainst the marriage of Joseii.h Lain and Sarah Hall on 
20th day of December 1775 or at any other period ±xsi prior to 
1794. 

DEGLhRATION made in PITTSYLVANIA COU;iTY VIRGINIA 23 of 
August 1332 by Joseph L^^in age 72 who applied under the Act 
of 1832 June 7th; v/ho states he served i;,nder Cai-t James Adams 
John ivIcGhehe, Lieut, Konry Eilson, Ensign and or Charles 
Lynch, Colo in the coivaty of Bedford (then) now Campbell Go and 
with that company marched through Bottetourt Co to the Lead 
Mines in Montgomery County, where he with said conipany guarded 

the said Ivlines, which tour commenced about about last of 

1779 ? 
J'^^ly /. -nd ended about Ist of November sa^^ie year 

3 months; that during that tour he was engaged in no battles. 

vVhen he entered the service he resided in Bedford County - 

afterwards some years in Campbell Co, then some years in 

Halifax Co and now in Pittsylvania Co where he has resided for 



VIRGINIA SERVICE CP JOSEPH LAIN A,ND SARAH W 5123 PAGE "^ASt-"-- 
PAGE 2 continuGd s 57, 

the past 16 years; Lhat he was regularly discharged at the 

LEAD MINES BY LIEUT-i..: A>'T JOEI; McGHjt.Kh by order of the C 1 Char 

Charles LjTich, but his v/ritten disch'g-o hs has become mislaid 

or lost; that after he obtained thrt dischare he returned 

home to the county of Bedford where he remained until Jan 

1731 when he entered service as a volunteer '.7ith John Trip;g 

Captain Jno Davis, Lieut and Guy 3raith '^.aq^ Ensign and marched 

through Glir.rlottc , Prince Edv/ard ar.d Nottoway, Dinwiddle, 

- remained on© v/ook at Petersburg, thenc;. on through Prince 

George and Surry remaining ono v/cak a t Cabin Point v/hero the 

Company r^^ccived their arms and were attached to the armed 

forces coni!:janded by Col Thomas Merriwethsr and hajor Decloman; 

thence marched to Stonners mill in Southampton Co (also much 

more service is outlined). 

Af f idav t of rlcnry Brown of Campbell Co stabes Joseph 

Lain served in 1779 at the Lead Mines in Mont^'^omery county. 

Joseph Lain states he was born 1759 November 17 in 
Bedford County Virginia. 

SARAH LAIN MADE declaration in Pittsylvania County 

Virginia 1841 Septiaber 24th and states she is the widow of 
Joseph Lain a private in the Re olutionary war and states she 
married Jose oh Lain Deo ember 20 1775 and he died 12 April 
1837 . JURIAH 

APFID-.'.'IT OP /jGSiAH-HALL ^N CAMPBELL CO VA 1844 
stating at the house of vmi Black in said coutity, who states 
he is well acquainted with Sarah Layne?( spelled this way) 
to widow of Joseph LajTie (spelled this way) who resided in 
adjoining county of :Pittsylvania and has known her for 65 
years, as they were girls togetiier and lived in same neighbor- 
hood o Her maiden name was Hall. That she v/as present when 
she married Joseph Layns; thalt they \jere mrirried in HALIFAX 
BY PARSON NATHA^^IEL K^LL AT HIS OvvN HOUSE. They were then fro 
Campbell Co now Bedford Co. She l<nows Joseph Layne served 

one of moro tours at the Lead Minos and at the surrender of 
CORNWALL is. 



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VIRGINIA SERVICE OP JOSEPH LAIN /uJD SARAl-I W 5123 
PAGE 3 continued : 

AFP'^IuAVIT OP ISHAM HALL in Campobll county Virginia 

stating Sarah Lain is his sister t'.at Joseph Lain was late 

a resident of Pitts .Ivania Co Va that he was legally married 

by Rev Nathaniel Hall to Sarah Hall in Hslifax Co Va 

1775; t'ley were married several years before they had any 
children ; thPit she is now the widow of Joseph Lain 
deceased; ; that he saw Joseph Lain perfomlng service in the 
Revolution at N0FJ5olk» Va . 

LETTER PROivi PITTS'.'LV/ilx'IA CO VA 1842 from Thomas 
Williams, stating that Sarah Laan was married 7 years 
befcre her son PLJ:'-iASAI^'T LAIN l^'.A.S BORtT . 

The followins family bible records were filed 1879 
shov/ing Josenh Lain v/as :ia rried By Parson Hall 12-2 '.'-1775 
Patssic L^llenton Hall born 1790 Oct 23 
a daughter of Joseph Lain's Vvif c . 

In the month of March 1795 on t le 13th a son 
of Joseph Lain was born, his name v/o.s John Lain. 

March 13 179"! a daughter of Jcsej^h Lain v;as born 
by the name of SARE . 

IN 1734 a son of Drury Lain was bora 8 August, named 
Henri e . 
Isaham Lain y/as born Dec6.;:ber 1778 = 

The above recurd is taken from family bible sent 
to (Department of the I 'torior. Pension Office, Washington 
D G Juno 11 1879. but stated h it was sent 1341 by Sarah 
Lain wid ov; of Joseph Lain to be filed in eviocnoG of her case 

""1 LATER FIND IN AN ENVELOPE IN THE PILE THE FOLLOWING FROI.: 
OLD BIBLE V.'HICH 'WAS PUBLISHED IN EDINGBURG: tIDGCLXXXIX 
PL;i,ASA:JT LAIN WAS BOW 28 Nov 1782. 

Robert Hall Lain wae born Nov 1788 1st day 
Eliss Lain was bor'-- 
alson on one 

page showsn May 27 1800 a son of Joseph Lain was born 
called __Mark _J-^g>Z_s Fateus mill Linne_s Lain 
all these names' are shoV/n 
(AX4 0TH:.R page SEOvVS TH..^ following MaRC^^ 13 1775 
or 1795. 

In the year 1798 
a daughter of Joseph Lain v;as born called Sare 
Jan 27 

In trie year 80 May 27 but nothing opposite tliese 
figures and about 2 pages too dim to be read. 



VTRGINIA SLRV^CE OF Page 

CHARLES GO^NEliS E^r ^^ 

S 31072 

Bounty land warrant IIo - 26106 for 160 acres in 1855 

October 22 of 1833 in Gallatin Co Ky, a^^e 70 Sept 1, 
1779 in Henry Co Va, he had first volunteered to serve in th 
capacity of private for six months undpr Capt Jonathan Hamley 
and Lt Edward Taturn. They first inarched to South Carolina 
and attached to regiment -^ndev Col Ilimroe and marched to 
Ninety Six, near Charleston and then marched to guard prisoner 
from Ninety Six to Vtfi"! liamsburg and there was honorably 
discharged. 

Then in May 1781, again volunteered for 3 months, in 
Capt Shelton's Co and rendezvoused tt RT^ssell Creek, meeting 
house in Henry Co Va and m.arched up the Dan River and was at 
the Dan River Hollow. 

Charles Gowena v/as BORN in Henry Co Va 1763 and he removed 
to Ky 1797. Then in 1815 removed to Harr?ison Co Ky -to 
Gallatin Co V.y . - He saw Capt Small, Ccl Munroe & CqI 
Martin and was dischar'eds t V/ill jiimsb^^rg. 

Affidavit of Ben j . T'l^er clergyman and Ja- es Pvirnish wa 
given at same time and ^Irce stating they wer acquainted 
with the soldier. 

April 7 1855 in Gallatin Co Ky age 93 he stated he 
volunteered Se ^^t 1 1779 in Henry ^o Va for six months 
and was honora'-ly dischar-^ed at Petersburg: Va . 

He arpo'nted H J Asbott SKsi "'arsaw Kv 
of/ 
as his attorriev to prosecute his cleim for pension 

Affidavit of David Story and Whit Vvatkins was given 
at sametime and place; that they were acquainted with him. 

Charles Cowens was on the Ky pension roll st the 
rate of ?j;30 per anm.^m and his certificate v;as issued December 
14 1833 and -t v^as sent to the Hon R K Johnson, House of 
Representatives . 



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VIRGINIA SEFT/ICE OP LARKIN LAi-JE S 16442 PAGE 60 

Tlie data given below ar-o obtained in t.-ic papers on file 
In Claim No 3 15442 based upon serv-'.ce in the Revolutionary war 
of Lsrkin Lane, who was born February 22 1762 in SPOTSYLVANIA 
COUNTY VIRGINIA: the nanes of his parents are not shown. 

tvhile a resident of Spotsylvania County Virginia, he 
enlisted sometime in July 1731 and served 3 months as private 
in Gapt Frank Colman's company. Col Thomas Merri wether 's Va 
regiment, he enlistee, in November 1731, and served 3 months 
and seven days as private in Capt John Legg's company. Col 
Thoinas Merriwether ' s Virginia regiment. 

The soldier moved ±is. from Spotsylvania County Virginia, 
to Louisa County Virginia, thence to ICENTUJKY, and from there 
to INDIAivlAo 

LARKIN lAxE v/as allowed pension on his ap:;llcation 
executed May 22 1333, at v/hich time he resided in PARICE 
COITIITY IJIDIAITA, The soldier made no reference to wife or 
children . 

In order to obtain date of last payment of pension 
-name of person padd and possibly the dato of death of this 
pensioner you should write the compiler of this pension and 
quote the following; Lnrkin L:>ns, Gertificate No 13900 
issued July 11 1833, rate of .p20.77 commenced March 4, 1831, 
Act of June 7 1832, Indiana Agency. 



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VIRGINIA SERVICE OF RICHARD / R 6136 PAGE 61 

Di:;C:ARATION was made in Spotsylvania County Virginia 25 
November 1845 by Richard Lane a citizen of said county age 86 
next 20tl: January applied under the Act of June 7 1832. 

States he entered service in the militia, was in a 
company raised by a Captain from the neighborhood in which he 
then resided and was marched and by '■^apt John BiaS;, v/ho after 
the said tour died on his return home; tnat from the best of 
his memorv, said first tour comrnoncod about the first of Jan. 
1781 and they marched to country in and about liVILLIALSPURG 
and Old Jamestown: tliot during said first tour his company 
suffered a gr(;at deal with Gold and Hunger; that in going down 
his company passed through LOUISA, HANOVER Af'^D NEW KENT 
COWTIES, and he remsbors at one time during said tour his 
company was marched to the court house of New Kent county 
and remained a short time according to his memory, about 2 weeks 
-that - his Lieut was Ja-aes Welch, (Much service is outlined) 
-returned home first of April 1731, and in a weeks' time before 
another call for men viras made by Capt of Orange County and he 
with his neighors and former associates in arms -"--"--"~ joined. 
IfVliites company under a draft and they marched through Louisa. 
Hanover and Nev; Kent count ies --again went to Vdlliamsburg . 
Again on his reti.-rn home was in another draft in the militia. 
Under Capt Waitc , then living above his father's -t:.e Albemarle 
lino and v.ent on duty and served anotnor tour of 3 months in 
the militia in lov/er country; 2 witness to his signature v/ere 
Claiborne Duvall, J;raes Hart and J:;mes Dlllard. James R 
Po'.vell a clergyman and Benjamin Massey of his neighborhood. 



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VIRGINIA SERVICE OF RICHARD LAI-JE R 6136 PAGE 62 — 

:FAGE 2- Continued: 

A letter from Robecay Lene filed August 11 1847 stating 

Tlie GorniTiissioner cf Fotisions, v/ill please our agent and 

attorney with copy of the declaration of our father's 

Richard Lane filed by Mr Coleman Paine sonio 2 years ago, 

together with such evidence as was filed for said 

declaration and such inquiry as he may make togof-er with 

tl:e same, signed Rooecy Lane, and Liartba G HILMAI-I? 

-"-"-..-A letter to Cd L L L'dwards, from Gharlottsville Va 
Ai.igust 14 1847 
Sir: Enclosed find ai'thority of Rebecca Y Lane and Martha 
Y Kilman, authorising you to fniriish i.ie with copy of the 
late father's declaration f-r pension filed By Coleman Paine 
13 months or 2 years ai^o. signed Coleman Paine of 

Fleetwood Academy, King L.na Queen Coutity Va . 

The fcllovdng inquiry is submitted for information; 
If a pensioner died say 15 July 1340 leaving a widow 
to v/hom he was married before the expiration of his ]a st tour 
of service, is she not entitled to the benefit of the act 
of July 4 i836 and if so at what time would her pension 
commence . 

If a pensioner died 20 Feo last past leaving a widow tc 
to whom he Vi?as married prior to his leaving service at what t: 
time would she be entitled to pension. 

One Fountain H Lane, Aug 24 1850 made affidavit; I, 
Fountain H Lane, executor and heir at law cf RICHARD LAKE 
DiOiiASED, lato of Spotts Ivania county Va , who was a soldier 
in the Revolutionary war, and filed an application for pension 

about ten years ago, but never received anything, do hereby 
aathorise John Thornborry as my attorney for me and in my 
name to pro secure said claim for the surviving children of 
Richard Lane . One witness to his signature was Margaret A. 
Lane. 

Ke states HE HAS BORN III HAIIO^'IR COUOTY VIRr^INIA 20th 
Jajiuary 1760. 

Richard Lane stated he was attaching the Family 
reci-rd, cf his father's bible, but I could not find it in 
the file. 



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DSCLARATIOII was made in SURRY COu~'TY VIRGINIA 1334 Aug. 

25th by Thomas Lane of said county and state a e 82 , v;ho 

applied under the Act of June 7, 1S32 . 

States he enlisted 1776 under Col Allen Cocke, and marched 

to Smithfield v/as in ser ice there at least six :neeks and 

returned home after entered the service a?ain under Liet. James 

Davis axid v;as stationed on Grays Creek in the said county 

of Surry and served at least six v/eo'^s, someti-ie after entering 

service a ain under said Lieut Ja-ios Da is was marched to 

V/illiamsburt and Continued in service at least six weeVs or 

more near the close of the v/ar er:,tered service under Gaot Vi/m. 

Hurt and Lieut Stephen Soesberry? ai)d marched to South qv/e ? 

and there joined Col 'vie^.<s and Iviaj Boykin's army from Southque 

m^arclied to Portsmouth and from Portsr-iouth up Jai-nes river to 

B Church and contimi.ed taere until the battle was over at 

Little York and then marched to Surry Gjurt house and was 

discharged and knows he was in service at that time more than 

six weeks,, and the v;hole time more than six months. Has no 

documentary evidence but Jesse King, whose testim.oney he can pro 
procure HE STATED HE WAS EORN 1751 (or 1757?) 

Jesse King and Hartwcll Savedge states residing in same 
county tL,nt v/e are well acquaintc v/ith Thomas Lane and know 
him to be 82 years of a^o . 



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VIRGINIA SKRVICii OF TURl^'iK LA'Nji S 1916 

DECLARATION was made In White County Tennessee. He 
signed his name Tjrner Lane, Senior, and was allowed pension 
August 21, 1332, when he ap;,lied under the Act of June 1 , 1832, 
The data contained in Pension Claim S 1916, based upon the 
Revolutionary n'sr service of Turner Lane follows: 

Ho was bom January 9 1762 in HMOVER COTJITTY VIRGINIA. 
The nan.es of his parents were not stated. 

'Tnile living in rli.nover county Va, he enlisted when x he 
was age 16 and served 6 tours of 2 months each as private 
v/ith the Va troops under Cact Jo e s Doswell, Isaac Winstone, 
iixiward Billoc!: or Buliock, John iVingfield, Isaiah Hayden 

and Charles Russell and Colonels .,illiEt,-i Dandridge and John 
Taylor, his service ended Just before the surrender of Cornwall 
\val is at Yorktowi: . 

In the f al 1 of 1783 he moved to GEORGIA and lived there 
until spring of 1783 when ho moved to V/ashington County Va 
- In t'TG fall of 1795 he moved with his family to Bourbon 
County Xent.icky and in the fall of 1S07 he mo ed to 1/Vhite Co, 
Tennessee . 

In 1832 the soldier referred to his children but did not 
give thoir names. He stated tnat a part of his service in 
the Revolution was as substitute for ±x his elder brother, 
James Lane. The papers in this claim contain no furt .er data 
relative to soldier's family. 

Tcrner Lane died August 13 1840. 



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DECLARATIOIl was made March 2 1324 at which time he was 
rGsiding In Charlotte County Vtr'-jinia. 

It appears that V.llliara Lane was Born I.larch 10 1754, 
place not stated. His pension claim is ITo S33124 . 

He enlisted about October 5, 1775 ^ place not stated, 
and served as private in Captain Robert Ballard's company. Col 
Col i^-ppes' Vir_,inia regiment, he v;as in the battle of 
Great Bridge and was discl^or'^ed in October 1776. 

In 1S24 he stated tiiat his family consisted of three 
children, namely; Sally, v;"io was born Jt^nuary 10 1779; 
Betsey, who v;as born January 24, 1781, and isther , who was 
Born 1736. ilo reference is made to his wife. 

The above is the history of the only soldier from 
Virginia by the name of y/illiaM Lane t;>st is found on the 
Revolutionary v/ar records of this bureau and said records 
fail to afford any Information in regard to others by name 
Laae 



VIRGINIA SERVICE OP HUGH McGAVOCK S 16943 ^^^^ 66 

Ai.D VIRGINIA HALF PAY: CARDED: N. A. ACC . NO 874 
See 050116 Half x^ay, Hugh iucGavock 

DSCL/lRATION was made in TJjthe County Virginia 1834 August 
13, 1834. 

The record of liu'Tjh IvicGavock of Virginia which is as 
fol.LOV/s are foiand in the papers on file in pension claim 316943 
316948, based upon his service in the Revolutionary v/ar . 

Hugh IiIcGavock was bom September 1751; and entered ser ice 
the latter part of 1779, as ensign, was engaged 2 or 3 months 
in recruiting men for the Virginia State ser- ice and v/hile 
residing in tiiat part of Mont?goraery Co Va which later became 
uVythe Co Va , he joined Fob 8 1730, the com^:any of Capt Kenley 
who shortly afterv/ards died and was succeeded by Gaot Wm. 
Cherry, in Col Joseph Crockett's Va regiment at Albemarle 
v/here the soldier- was appointed -iuarterniaster to the regiment. 
In the fall of 17.-0 he v;as ordered to guard prisoners from 
the barracks at Albemarle to Fre ericktown, Maryland, where 
he remained through the v/lnter of 1730, and while there was 
promoted to Lieutenant. Early in I-i^rch 1781, he marched to 
Pittsburgh, where he arrived in May and proceeded on boats 
to Louisville, (Palls of tnc Ohio nov/) and arriving there the 
last of July 17':i, and while on the v/ay to Colonel Floyd's 
Station about six miles from the falls in company with Capt 
Chapman and Abraham Tipton, thev wore fired upon by a party 
of Indians ahd both Cr-otains Chapman and Abraham Tipton were 
killed. In consequence of tho death of both captains, Hugh 
McGavock was entitled to the rank of Captain and never receive 
-ceived his con^mi3sion, due to the difficulty of obtaining 



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VIRGINIA SiiRVIC^ LP :;.UGH McGAVOCK S 1694S page 67 

Page 2 continuGd : 

one in such as isolr.ted location. Ho served as Lieutenant 

and quartermaster until DGceim^or 22^ 1731, when he become 

supe rnume rar y . 

Hugh ivicGavock v/as allowed ponsioii on his application 

executed August 13, 1334, while a resident of V'jythe County 

Virginia. 

In 1835, the soldier was residing on Reed Greek in 
Wytho County Va, was still residin^r;, in that county in 1843, 
and died there April 2 1844. 

Hugh McGavock' s wife (name not given) did survive him. 

Reference was mt\de in the claim to the follov/ing chil- 
dren of tho soldier Hu.^h McGavock, the nine last named of 
whom survived hir.ij 

James McGavock who died prior to the soldier's death, leavin, 
a v>ridov/ and several ciiildren, their names not stated. 
JOSEr-K McGAVOCK, JACOB, ROBERT, ffJGH, RAITOAL who in 1844 
v;as living in Wythe County Va , in 1845 was aged 43 and in 
1350 gave post office address as Wythoville, Va. and 

Sally iacG-avock - Polly Cloyd, who in 1844 was wife of 
Thomas Cloyd who died prior to 1350. 
Eliza Ewing, who in 1344 was v/ifo of Androv/ B Ewing . 
i.Iar,-::;arc t McNutt , in 1344 wife of Samuel H ..IcNutt: v/ho died 
prior to August 26, 1846, leaving hor husband and several 
children, names of children net stated. One of soldier's 

sons, name not designated, married the dau of Hon. Felix 
Grundy, U S Senator who in 1835 made affidavit in Davidson 
Co Tenn, at Nashville, in behalf of soldier Hugh ricGavock. 
Senator Grundy stated that ho and a brother of the soldier 
Hugh McGavock married sisters, but did not give name of sold 
soldier's brother or their wives. In 1835 soldier's younger 
brother David age about 72 was a resident of Davidson Co Ten- 
Tennessee. -Br.-thor in lav/ of Hugh was Joseph Kent, in 
Wythe Co Va . Soldier had son Randal McGavock 1832 in Wythe. 

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POR.Jin VffDOW W 19951 p^^^ gg___ 

The residence of soldi sr at enlistment was KINGSTON 

PARISH, GLOUGESi\.R GOOj.vTY VIRGINIA. Application was made 

for pension Decernter 11 1857. in Mathews County Va 

formerly Kini^ston parish a-_i,e 79 born in said parish. 

Soldier born and raised in said parish where he married 

October 6, 1776 to Miss Averilla Diggs. Re died iviarch 8, 

1781 Bieaving 3 small children, no names stated. Averilla 

iViiller married Sept 1796 to Tliomas Ov/ens who died Dec 24 1821 

and she v;as aliO'//od pension for the service of her fonr.eri 

hu sb and ?r a n c i s Mi Her. 

DECLARATIOII was made in Mathev/s Go mty Va by Averilla 

Owins a resident of said county a-e 79 under the Act of July 

4 1836, and the act of i.o.rch 3 1857 1 stating she married 

Francis i/iiller a soldier of the Revolution, that he entered 

service 1776 and was in service at time Lord Dunmore came to 

C-ujms Island, under Caot Josiah Poster, of the Militia Co. 

in L ingston parish, Gloucester Oo Vr, , now Mathews County, 

tnct he continued in tho m.ilitia under different captains 

ail the time of th.. Revolution, up to time of his death. 

The last capta:-n that ho was under was Capt fhllllp Tabb 

who he marched to ivil liamsburg with, when he took cold and 

died directly after he returned homo^ leaving her a widow & 

3 small children; taat her husband kept guard ro ularly at 

Now i'olnt at which place the was a constant uard kept ail 

the wari that she was afterwards married to Thomas Owens 

September 1796 who was welj. -eating at his table and died, 



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VIRGINIA SJiRVICK. OP FRMCIS MILYER Aj^ID A^/'ERILLA OVftlNS 

PORiVl&iR WIDOV^ Yi 19951 continued 
PAGE 2. 

in 10 or 15 minutes afterwards. T^iat she lived in Kingston 

parish, Gloucester Oo, now r.lathews Go at date of marriage to 

Francis i.dller and vrhere she married Thomas Ov/ens and where she 

has resided all tho days of her life and stili resides. That 

she married Francis Miller Oct 6 1776. That Fra cis Miller 

died Karch 3 1781 That Thomas avens died 24 Dec 1821. 

CiiRTIFIED COPY OF LLARRIAGn. R_.G''RD PROLi GLJ^K OP lAiATrlEWS 
CO VA is filed showing Thomas Owen m Averilla Miller 
Se jt 3 1796 and one Gabriel ivliller signed the bond with him. 

Affidavit by Gabriel Mller age 72 in Matthews Go Va 
1837 Dec 21, states he was born in Gloucester Co now Mathews 
Co Va, t;:.at he Imew aad v/aa well acquainted with his brother 
Francis Miller up to time of his death in 1781 ^ that his 
said brother iriS.rried Avarilla Dlggs in 1776j that his brother 
entered service as a private in tho militia in 1776 and served 
trom tv/o to 3 tours in each year up to 1781 at Nev,- Point 
v/here a constant guard was kept during tho Revolution: that 
he marched to VVlllia isbiirg 1781 from v/hich he took cold and 
returned home and in a f e\-\- days after reaching home died 
leaving Averailla iiiller his v;idow; that she remained a widov/ 
for manj:^ years and enter- married with Thomas Owens, who died 
about 1321; that he was at his brother's rrr.rriage. 

AFFIDAVITS OF J03IAH PUGH 1837, and Isaac Smith in said 
i'iiattheVk's Oo Va 1837= stating about tho same information. 



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VIRGINIA SEA SSRVlGii: OF G.i 'RGE O.^J-TLEY AI^"D SO'SAI-I.AH W 5438 

DECLARATION was made In WILSO.T GOIJ:':-!'/ T..ii-;NE3SEE 1818 

1R18 by George Oakley stating he served in the Revolutionary 

war, states he enlisted xmdtr Capt Simon Triplett of LOUDON 

COUivTY VIRGINIA in tl-'S i-iinuite ser\ ice and marched from there to 

Alexandria nearly 12 months. tuen enlisted uQder Capt William 

Pa;Tie of FAIRFAX G0u¥ty VIRGINIA in f.^o Marine Service and 

was placed on BOARD the U S Sloop of "v»ar, the SC0RPI01.T, under 

Capt Wright vVaiscoat, and remained nearly 12 months longer 

until he v/as dischsr.^ed at Norfol': Va , then he again enlisted 

under aforesaid Capt ?ayne for the term of 3 years and was 

placed in t'ne first Va Statu regiment under Col George Gibson 

when he marched in sad rejiiment to the North and joined General 
Ivluhlenburgh' s brigade at Valley- Forge , having served 
his time of 3 years, was disohrtrged by Col at Philadelphia. 
Subsequent to his 2 last tours he served 2 short tours in the 
militia service. Ke had his arm broken. He fought at the 

battle of ..ONr^IOUTH AT^"D STOKEY POINT 

TuE vVIDO^V SUSA. ,:AH OAIILEY filed Declaration in SMITH 
COUI'TTY TENNESSEE 1837 December 7th before Jonathan Pare J P 

age 79, who filed under t-e Act of July 4, 1835, and 
tl-^at she is the wid"'V; of George Oakley, who v/as a pensioner and 
drew his pension at Nashville, Tenn . T'lat she v/as married to 
George OaJ'ley on the 15th Soutmbor 1778 died 9th September 
1824 and she has remained a v/idov/ ever since, that her husband 
served 2 tours after their marriage, one of which was at the tak' 
taking of Cornwallis at the Little York, they lived at that time 
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PAGE 2 continued: P^^^ ^^___ 

v/illiam Lawrence age 75 made affidavit if» in Wilson Go Tenn 
1837 states he has knovm Susannah Oaklej'- and her husband George 
Oakly for the last 50 years. T/.iexr acquaintance begah In 
Shandoah Go Va . T/iey had been married about 7 or 8 years 

before he knew them, the oldest son ft'llliara Oakley was then a 
about 6. they had a daughter oldc?r, her na.-ne was Nancy. 
Taat thoy v/ere married in Loudon Co Va . cbout 6 miles from 
v/here this affiant lived , This affiant and Oakly has taked 
over tiieir ser^'ice in the Revolution various time until each 
was f ax-niliar with the service of the otlier . William Oakley 
the oldest son livijs at this time a neighbor to this affiant 

In 1337 S-.sannah Ocklcy filod some family records as 
follov;s; William Oakley was born Jan 26, 1731. 
Catharine Vi/aters v/as born November 20 1790. 

William Oakley and Catoarine s.aters were married December 25, 
1806. 

William Oakley in Wilson Go Tenn made affidavit 1838 ag^ 
a -6 30. He is the oldest child of George iuid Susannah. 



VIRGINIA SERVIGxi OF JALuiS OAKLEY S 4623 P^GE 72 

DECLARATION was rnade in iiaury County Tennessee 1842, 
September 5 by James Oakley, Seiiior, a resident of said 
county and state, age 87 v/ho applied under the Act of June 1 , 
1332. 

States lie entered service under following officers, 
that he was drafted as a pri .c te in Amelia County Virginia 
1777 in Au^-ust and v/as attached to the Company of Oapt Gabriel 
■ Fowlks and ser\ed until Noveaber 28 1777 v/hen he v/as honoralily 
dischar-:e . He has a certificate fro'--: Gaot Fowlks which he 
obtained as an evidence of his ser'^'ico when he was again about 
to be drafted, which he here files as part of the declaration, 
; t.iat Lieut was John Isjnight, the iv.ilitio. general under whom 
t;:iey v/ere placed at Hampton and v/ere drilled for was General 
Nelson after the company \vas ordered over to.e river at Hampton 
and were placed as guards at tlie Sea Shore and at the Salt 
Viiorl-s and back river, he saw the British Vessels of war fre- 
quently pass in sight of the place they were stationed during 
this tour of service, v/hich was at': arduous tour, but they were 
in no battles, - he afterwards volunteered for service and 
fi.irnishod hiir.sGlf a horse, bridle and saddle and fire arms and 
went into servic>-' in AMELIA COUNTY VA 1781 and attached to 
the company of Gapt Thomas Jones and marched through the countl 
-ies in Va and was several times under General V/ayne and 
among Col Dick aud kajor Careless aiid many others and was never 
in any battle, but in hering of several engagements v/ith the 
British and torii-s-served six m_onth3-ar_d dischar\ed July or 
August 1781 o He was several times after his discharge 1781 
engaged as com..;iissary in collecting provisions for th.r Army. 



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PAGE 2. Continued: 

Two affidavits in liiaury Co Tena by John 3 Hamilton a in 
metiiodist niinistor ca6 Crt.orgG \, PLY, Ja:;iGs Caughron esq. 
resid'.ng in said count ^; .-:bato thc" aro acquaintL;d with Jaiie;: 
Oakloy and Irnow him to bo about 87 and believe to have bec' 
boon a Revolutionary v/ar soldier. 

HE STATED HE WaS BORN IN AivSLIA GOUIfTY VA 1755. 
After tho war he lived about 3 years in Henry Oounty Va . 
(My father having m-./ved from Anelia Go to H^nry Co during 
the war. I then after that lived in county of Rockingham 
Co North Carolina sorie whore nci.r 20 years from there rem' 
removed to Vyilllanson County Tennessee, v/here I made 3 crop 
and then moved to Maury Co Tenn where I now li-re. 
T at he v/as drafted in 1777: ,n 1731 was a substitute 
for CHRISTOJtH^R R0PH"30i< Oh R03ERTS01T . 

lii 1843 May 3 one Stephen Oakley in Maury Co Tenn 
made state'r.ont , t •?. t f'.e certificate here appended is the 
identical paper spoken of in the original declaration nov; 
on file in the Pension Depart .lent , Vvashington D C, said 
paper was given to Jnc K Devv attorney, v.hen he was prepar- 
ing t ponsi on for Janes Oakley and thro mistake, I 
carried t \e paper home v;ith me, but sa-tie is returned 
without alterations. 



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VIRGINIA SERVICE OF JOHN OAKLijiY SO 5179 :^ SO 11605 

He served Capt Charles Shackford's company of Virginia Hilitia. 

Bounty land v/arrants were 3851 for 40 acres in 1850 
and 71763 for 120 acres vn 1855. 

He enlisted August 11 1814 and vi'as dischar.;,ed December 17, 
1314. He resided 1850 1355 and 1371 in .jatertown, V/ilson 
County Tennessee. I.Iaiden name of hl3 i^ife was Sally Phillips. 
They married in VAlson Co Tenn July 13 1816. He was age 81 
when he applied in said county in 1871. They were married at 
her father's house in sa d county- b.e enlisted from Culpepper 
County Va June 1814 ar:^i was disc^a r^-ed at Richmond Va December 
1314; that trio re^:iii:ifcnt moved from Culpepper Co to Fredericksbu: 
-burg a.id he went into can;> Selden He was in the battle of Bel. 
Belle Plains aud marched to Richmond. That he was taken sick 
w?Lth white sv/elling in his limbs and was sent home too sick 
to knov/ much of the niovemonts. 

He made declaration in 1850 in Wilson Go 
Tenn stating about the sa>ae . Also in 1855 in same county 
He made these declarations in order to secuj-e the bounty 
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WAR OF 1812; VIRGINIA SERVICE OP JO.^^ O/AlvLEY WO 2508 Vi'G 

10153 

He served as private und^r Lieut Dyer, In the Virginia Militia. 

.oounty l.-rd warrants are 9214 for SO acres in 1850 and S85 

35331 for 80 acres in 1855. Ee enlisted Urch 6 1314 

and y;as dischar -ed June 22 1814. Residence 1850 and 1855 

was Grainger C 'unty Tenressee. also 1371 at Rutledge 

said Grainger Go. ilaiden name of widow was Susan Hopper. 

Tbey married Feb 17 1823 in said Grainger Co Tenn . 

Joiin Oakley applied for pension in Grainger Co Tenn 

ivigrch 15, 1871 age 79- st ted he was drafted in Capt 

Bailey's ccnpaay in 5th rcgiiaent in HENRY COUNTY VIRGINIA 

FEBRUARY 1S?l4 and v; as honorably disc ha r-cd at Norfolk Va 23 

June 1814,' t ' -it he ser.ed with his regiment at Grancy? 

Island Va and also at Peach Orchard Va, and obtained honorably 

dischar;; e which he filed niajy years ago v/ith a claim for 

land v/arrant, which he received but has not seen his discharge 

since filing it as above stated. 

Declaration v/as made by John Oakley in Grainger Co Tenn 
Nov 3 1850 age 53 when he filed for bounty land. Also he 
filed declaration in 1855 for bounty land warrant. Tne 
discharge in the original was filed showing ''Peach Orchard June 
June 23 1814 John Oakley a private from Henry County was 
honorably discharged. 



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T .si, 0.uRT.;FIED copy of HARRIA-.^f:: Ri^CORD cF CrIARLiiS' OWENS 

AI'D SALlY ELLIOTT cf Fauquire Oounty V:;r3inia dated 

13 Janu.ar,/ 1325 is filed. One George Elliott signed the 

marriage bond with G'^iarles Ovvens. 

DECLARATION was made by Charles Owens in Fauquire County 

Virginia April 14 IBIS and states he enlisted March 1779 

in Va in com -any of Ospt George Waits of the Continental army 

in the Third 7a Regiment in tJie continenta establishment, 

t ;at he continued to serve in said corps until Oct 25, 1780. 

Vvhen he was disc"jar:xed from service in the State of North 

Carolina. 

-^fidavit made by Sarah Owens in PRINCE IVILLIAI/; COLti«TTY 

VIRGINIA 1855, and states she is the v/idov/ of Charles Owens 

she married 
dated 1855. That . / about 13 Jan 1825 in 

Fauquire County Va tlia t her husband die ; between ISth Jan & 

1st Aiiril 1835. T at he died in Prince V/illian Co Va . 

Declaration ■. ade 1365 14 November in said Prince \M, 

Co Va by Sarah Owens age 70; that she has resided since 1st 

of Jan 1361 in Prince vvilliam Co Va . 

2 affidavits cf li G Haisllp end R H Haislip in 
Prince liVllliam Co Va 1365 were v/itness to her signature. 

Declaration by Sarah Owens in Prince Vhn Co Va 1866 
A SO DECLARATION IJADE BY CARLES OSEITS IN 1321 Dec 20 in 
Fauquire Co Va stating he served under Col Abrahara Buford 

Also Charles Owens made declaration 1820 in Prince 
William Co Va Sept 5th a;e 64 resident of said county. 
States ;ie served in 3rd re^jiinent under Col Bedford and Capt 
Wallace; & v/as transferred to company of Capt Crous . 

5:o stated then narr^ cf his wife was LAVINA OVffiNS is 
the only person living with hiri age 63. (so it would seem 
that he married Sarah after this date). 






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VIRGINIA SERVICE OP ELISHA GIVEN AND ELIZA'^ETK W 4560 

DECLARATION v/as made in Powhatan County Virginia 

Aiigust 6, 1338. The widow s pension was allov/ed for the 

services of her hustand as a private in the Va troops for the 

period, of 5 months actual service. No details of his ser icet; 

are viven except that he served in the companies. Was at the 

siege cf lorktovm, residence of soldier at enlistment in 

I&imiCO COUl^TTY VA. Date of application by ividow Aug 6,1838 

residence at date of application was Powhatan Co Va . 

her age was 78. He nnrried Elizabeth Johnson and died in 

December 1832. (The coo'-re seems to ba given by Rev A j'' 

Ov/cn of Portsmouth Va ^ who wrote a letter from Portsmouth Va 

wnd. which letter is not dated: To the Pensioner Bureau, 

■'If not inconsistent with t 'lo duties or pleasure of the hon 

-orable Dept of Pensions, I will re^:ard it as a great fa or 

if information can be sent to me respecting Elisha Owen, who 

was a soldier in the Va forces during the Revolutionary war. 

Ho belonged to what was known as Minute Men. He v/as with 

WASHINGTON AT YOKKTOW . His widow who lived in Powhatan Co 

Va , drew a pension for years. She died sometim.e about 1852. 

1855 o I have no record to guide m.e . I am sure the records 

in tho Pension office will give the information I seek. I am 

the grtind son of ELISHA OWEN snd I am anxious to establish 

the fact that he was a Revolutionary soldier, signed; 

Rev. A i Owen, D'C -PortsmouthVa 
Affidavit of Elizabeth vVinfree of Powhatan Co Va 1843. 
States she recollects of residing in same house with Elizabett 
Owen the v/idow of Elisha Owen, at time of Surrender of Lord 
Cornwallis at York town, Va, durin the Re olutionary war, 
that said Ellzabth was at that time v/ife of Elisha Owen, 
that Elisha v;as at that time in the arm.y; and Elizabeth Owen 
is now a widow. 



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VIRGINIA SERVICE OF ELISHA 0'A''EK AITO ELIZABETH Vii'4560 
PAGE 2 continued: 

DECLARATION was filed by Elizacoth Owon widov/ of Elisha 

Owen in Powhatan Go Ya 1830 Auhust 5th. Stating she 

married Elisha Om'en about 2 years or 8 months prevous tia the 

siege of Yorktown: that Elisha Cv/en died December 1832, that 

she has remained a widow ever since. 

AFFIDAVIT OF SLIZ.ABET'1 WINPREE OF POWHATAI^l COm^ITY VA 
made in Powhatan county Va 1838 states that Elisha Owen was 
her brother J and served x from Henrico county Va . 

T. at he v/as gone 6 months a d affiant was then living in 
Henrico C-i t .3 1 the lost time he served he did not return 
when the others returned; t.at his wife's maiden name was 
ELIZABETH JOrll^ISON » That she is living in Powhatan co Va v/here 
her husband lived 12 or 14 years just prior to his death. 

AFFIDAVIT OF AC-NIS JCKI^SO.' IN PRINCE EDWARD COMTY 

VIRGIiJIAj 1838 July 10, states she ivas well acquaint e-i with 

Ellzha Owen and she recollects he served 3 tours from Henricc 
Co Va; tnat ^.lisha was not mcrried when s. he served the first 
tour, but was married v/hen he ser^.ed the 2 last tours; that 
he married Elizabeth Johnson, who now lives in Powhatan Co Va 
virhere he has remained several years previous to his death. 
She also Imov/s that Elisha Owen ss removed from Henrico 
to to Pr'-nce Edward Go from thence to Cam-bell? from there 
to Powhatan Co: that Elizabeth Ov;en has remained a widow. 

AFFIDAVIT OF MOSSY PULLIAi.I OP HLNRICO CO VA 1838, 
stating that Elisha Ov/en served v/ith him in the militia 
under Captains Thos Proper and ■■'■r,i Hosby and also Gapt 

Marsden in varuious tours of duty which he ± confidently anc 
verily believes would amount to a service by said Owen of 
12 months or more; tiiat Elisha Ov/en was married to Elizabeth 
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DECLARATION was made lii Davidson County- Tennessee May 
25, 1333 personally before I'homas ^dmiston J P by said 
Frederick Owen Senior a,';;e 82 a resident of said county ^vho 
applied under the Act of June 7 1332. States he entered 
ser'' ice 1777 nto a volunteer company of Cact: Nathaniel 

Dunn's company- Tliey rendezvoused ac Mt Hall's in Sussex 
Sussex county Va . T^;ey marched from Kails to Old Court 
Ko.ise in Surry Count;;,, Va under Col Henry Gee, fr:m there to 
Smithfield - He thin .s in a county called I-ile of Wite 
£ joining Surry ; the.nco dovm tcv;ard Portsi....uth; they stormed 
the i-iquit? and drove the British into their forts. He was 
marched to se oral places - he served at least six months. 
He knov/s of no ono to prove his service by except John Owen 
v/ho lives in SI.-ITH COUIvTl Tri;"'ESSEE and does not know 
v/hether he could prove his service if he v/as here and it 
would be very inconvenient to prove his testimony. 

SThTES he was BORl'I IN SUSSEX COUIITY VIRGINIA 
1751. and Vvas living in said county when he enlisted. 
lie stated he was living in S' ssox Co Va when cal ed to serve 
viTier-o he lived until 1808 when he moved to OTLLIAIvISON CO 
TENNESSEE, where he nov/ lives and has livd ever since . 



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VIRGINIA SER ICiJ OF HARRAV/AY OVSN hND SLISACETR vV5463 
bounty land warrant 26404 for 180 acres in 1855 

DECLARATION was 'riacie Feoruar;, 25 1833 by Karrcway Ov/en 

reside t of Columbia Tov; shiiJ in Jenninr'.s county Indiana 

age 70 2 who applied under tI:iG ^ict of June 7 1332 and 

states ho v/as drafted as a liiilitiariian , entered service 

April 4, 1731 as a soldier under Capt .^hilip Lee ad served 

until 19 or 20 October 1781; that he entered said service in 

ESSEX GOUTITy VIR'':'INIii undx,'r Co. ^t Philip Loo. in tne regiment 

of Col Jarss Dabney; t at he was drafted for 3 months » 

But t'-ey were all r^nd^r Go .■oral LaFo.^.otte : that he was dischd 

at Gloster tov/n Va; narched from jfenjaniin Jones' tavern 

in ii,sscx Co Va, through Xing and ^ueen to Richmond Va at which 

place he joined the nain arrr.y; thence took v/hat v;as then 

calxed tho wild goose chase. The british army pursuinT the 

Anericans, t ot after the B itish army left the pursuit. Gen. 

u'a.yne took cciruiand, and marched the amy to what is called 

Pointy fork, on Jai^es River; thence to Little York- at which 

place he continued until the British army capiatulated - at 

v/hich place he v/as discharged as aforesaid; - tno he is able 

to prc've by one Charles Ov/on aiid Lowi s -..allians t -,at he v;as 

drafted. This soldier was BORl^I in i^ssex county Va; toat he 

uioved to KEKTUCt-Y Fi^YETT GOUPTY 1738 a.jid lived 9 years, 

from there mo ed to SCOTT COIY'T^. KY A>'D T-^IE'CE TO DECATUR CCU 

COYNTY INDIANA, T'liliCE TO JENNINGS COmiTY INDIANA, whore he 

now lives. AFFIDAVIT OF CiiiiRLES OV.YINS IN JENNINGS CO INDIANA 
1332 Sept 4tn, who v/as a reside r.t of. Scott Co Ky who states 
his br.:ther Harraway Owen was drafted as a private soldier and 
served until peace was madej He returned home to Essex Co Va, 
and after wards with l-IY PiiTHER HENRY; OR HARVEY? IvIOEED TO 
PAYETTE CO KY 1783 with Harraway^s family. 



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VIRGINIA SiiRVICK OP HARRAV/AY CVffiN ^KD ELIZAbET?. W5463 
Page 2 continued: 

AFFIDAVIT MADE IN DECATUR GOmiTY 11^1 AiT A 1853 January 3. 

John Ov/ens aiid '-Vren Grayson in saM county, ages 69 and 72 

respectively, state they v/ere v/ell acquainted with Harraway 

Owens and Elizajeth Ov/ens his widow; f^cy were both present 

in Scott County Kentucky when they were married; 1802 or 

1803, ; that Harraway Ov;en lived in Decitur county Indiana when 

he died and they now Elizabeth is his nov; widow. 

The county court clerk made an affidavit in 1854 

of Scott County entuc^-y, stating tlie county court clerk's 

office was destroyed by fire 1337 and th^it all the records 

and other oviri ences of marriages in said county prior to that 

date war:- destroyed. 

Affidavit of Elizabeth Owens in Decatur Co Indiana 

185^ (1853 j December 13 age 84 states she is the widow of 

Harraway Owen deceased. T/^at he was a Revolutionary war 

pensioner in his lifeflme and died about 1834. that she v^as 

married tc him in Scott C..^ Ky about 1802 by John Evans a 

minister . 

One Jeremiah Owen and iialinda Owens v/ere witness 

to her signature in Decatur Indiana 1855. 



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VIRGINIA SfiRVICJi OP HARRAV/AY CVffiN AMD ELIZABETH W5463 
Page 2 ccntinued: 

AFFIDA.it MADE IK DECATUR GOUilTY UTOIA^vA 1853 January 3. 

by 

John Owena aiid '-7ren Grayson in sa^'d county, ages 69 and 72 

respectively, state they v/ere well acquainted with Harraway 

Owens and Elizabeth Ov/ens his widow; t^cy were both present 

in Scott County Kentucky when they were married; 1802 or 

1803, ; that Harrav/ay Ov;en lived in Decitur county Indiana when 

he died and they nov/ Elizabeth is his nov; widow. 

The county court clork. made an affidavit in 1854 
of Scott County entuc -y, stating the county court clerk's 
office was destroyed by fire 1337 and that all the records 
and other evidences of marriages in said county prior to that 
date war? destroyed. 

Affidavit of Elizabeth Owens in Decatur Co Indiana 
135i4 (1853J December 13 age 84 states she is the widow of 
Harraway Owen deceased. T'^at he was a Revolutionary war 
pensioner in his lifeflme and died about 1834. that she was 
married tc him in Scott Cw Ky about 1802 by John Evans a 
minister . 

One Jeremiah O^von and ivialinda Ov/ens were witness 
to her signature in Decatur Indiana 1355. 



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JAi,IES O'iim OR CWEi^S (3oEI: IH VIRGINIA) S5134 

The following is t'le hj.story of James Owen, the only- 
soldier of tlBt name found :\n the Revolutionary war records of 
the National iiPC-ives who served from Virginia. Trie data 
therein v/ere obtained from tha papers on file in pension claim 
S 5134 based oon his service in the Revolutionary war. 

James Owen was born August 6, 1762 in Dinwiddle county 
Virginia, he stated thst his age was recorded in Old Xettlestick 
Church in that county. 

'vTnile residing in South Carolina, he enlisted late in May 
1776 as a private and substituted for his fatner, VOLm\iTIlNlE 
OVvEN, IN CAPT WA Sly OVif' S CO'.irAi'JY, COLO-'IEL ORSA'S, possibly meant 
for Colonel Horry's) South Carolina regiment and served 3 months 
In the fall of 1777, he moved back to BrunswiC'": county Virginia, 
and enlisted and served about o:ig month in ^act Wm riarri son's 
company, Col Alexander Vvatson's Virginia r^gi ent . He then 
enlisted in Capt Jose-zh Groenhill's Va s company, served 3 month; 
and was discharged. He enlist..d in the spring 1731 and served 
2 months in Oapt Buckstiff's Va company. He enlisted in the 
fc-.ll of 17S1 and served 2 tnonths as orderly sergeant in Cap1t 
Hov.-ell iild^pldgo'o co-nnany, Gol Richard Elliot's and Merri wether 
Va regin:cat. After the Revolutionary war, James Owen resided 
in '/sarren county North Carolina, until about 1308, when he 
moved to Tijunessec. He was allowed pension on his application 
executed Augi.st 13, 1832, while a resident of Robertson Co.Tenn. 

Ho died Feb 19 1833, in R cb.ertso n Co Tcnn . He survived 
by his v/lfc. whose name and date of death are not stated. 



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VIRGINIA SERVIUE MD SOUTH CAROLINA SK^^IIO^ GF JAAiLS GIVEN OR 
S 5134 PAGE 2. continued: OVffiNS 

T.^o soldier left the following children v/ho v/ero all living 

in 1834. 

Nancy wife of iirthur Johnson and in 1834 living in 

Illinois . 

Jamos Ov/en living in Robertson County Tennessee. 

Henrietta wife of John Curtis " '' " 

Polly wife of Robert Coo-- *' " 

Minor Baggett v/idovir of Jesse I. or J. Bag-iett ''lived in 

Robertson County Tenn 

Francis Baggett wife of illl Baggett '' " 

Joseph Vu Owen " 

Susan Ann wife of Joseph j±agland ''Robertson Co Tenn 

John Owen, who in 1832 v/as living in Ohio and had not been 

heard of since thct datt by any of his relatives » 

Tlie names of the following grand children of the soldier, 

Jar.;es Ov/en, appeared in the claim in 1834, the name of their 

parents not stated. NA]^JCY SAVAGE, vVILSE SAVAGE, THOMAS SAVAGE, 

LUCY SAVAGE, POLLY SAVAGE ANJ JAliES COOK. 

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VIRGINIA SERVICE OP JOffil OVVENS R 7849 PAGE 84 

DECLARATION was made in Ross County Ohio September 13 

1834 by John Ov/ens r. resident of ';clrr!:Ln tcvmshio in R. >ss Go 

Ohio Vifho ap :liod unaer the ACt of June 7 1832 who states ho 

was BOPII in Culpep jcr County V rginia M-rch 5 1755 that he 

enlisted in the Revolutionary war about first September 1778 

for nine mont:;s tern under Gapt Tac^.cett Jordan Lt 

Isaac McOavid and Ensign V^m Campbell or Cambell and was 

attac-ied to the third Va regiment undor Col Holder and ivlaj 

Nicholas, that he was enlisted in Culpep ,er Go Va and marched 

to Little York; that he v/as in several skirmishes, but not 

in any battles; that he ftie-red served his tour of nine months, 

received his dischair-jC and returned home in t having staid 

at home 3 or 4 weeKs, he v/as hired by Peter Tacket of Gulcpper 

Co Va and ser od as a substitute for him six months, being 

the balance of his tour of enlistiiient - returned to Little 

Yorl' and Joined the sam.e com -any under ':^f fleers which he had 

ser' ed his nine months, he was not in any battle but kept 

on duty and having scr ed out the tours of six months as a 

private f ^r rctcr Tackett under officers above nam.ed- received 

his dischar c a d ret'irncd homo to Culpcreer Co, both tours 
being in the regular army in the Ro .-lutlon. 

.Xfidavit of Vfc Roberts 1834 in Ross Co Ohio, stating 
he had personal knowledge of scr'^ice in tb.u Re olution of said 
J hn Ov/ens . 



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VIRGINIA SERVICE OF JOM OWEN OR OWENS Al^D DOROTEY 85-- 

W 5461 and bounty Irnd warrant 40694 for 
160 acres In 1855. 

DEGLARATICN OP JOIiN Ovi/::!:i: mo.do in Y/ilscn ^ounty Tennessee De 

December 25, 1S32, who applied under the Act of June 7 1832, 

by John Owens ci resident of Wilson Co Tenn age about 71. 

States he v/as drafted a prlv'\te in i.iilifia in Sussex Co Va 

1777 and attached to Gapt Nathaniel Dann end Col Lee and 

.'.ajor Poster of the 4th reglrncnt of Va militia; and marched to 

from Cabin Point in Prince Cxeorge County Va to Smithfield, 

Portsmouth, v;illlarasbur=- and otnor places. They were in no 

battles, sorv-cd 3 months and was Eon dischar_,ed by Col Gee or 

Lee and Ca;t i>ann at Cabin Point in fall of 1777. he was draft 

-ed again spring or summer 1773 in said county of Sussex Co Va 

and attached to Ca t Green Hil^ and to re imont of Col Blount 

and Merryv/eather and i.:aj Post or, marched from Portsmouth to 

Williamsourgh, Burks hill in Prince Ann Go and marched up and 

down In tr;c stato for six months, he v/as m actual ser ice six 

m.onths and v/as honorably dischar yed at Smithfield by Col Blount 

and C'i ;t Hill on 1779, late in fall or first of 17 9, he was 

again drafted a priv.-tc in Sussex Go Va 177S in su.nmer and was 

v/as attached to under Ga it 'j>',;1 Wyrick and in regiment of Cols 

i/;erriwcather and Pcrko and Ifej Poster, they marched from 

Cabin Point in Prince Georges ± county to V/i;. liamsburg. Ports 

-mouth and othor places, -was dischaardged at Smithfi.^ld in 

fa 1 of 1779 by Col Parke and Ga,:.t vVyrick- again drafted 1780 

for six months . AFPID^'/ITS OF CilS LiiDEETTER CLERGYIaAW AND 
JERE?.IIAE OYvE.NS were acquainted v/ith John Owen. The county 
court Clerk of Vvilson Go Tenn sent Certified copy of their 
marriage record showing John Owens married Dalsey Waters, 
1318 March 19th. Nolley Talbort signed the marriage bond. 

DOROTEY OViPEi^! made declaration in SMITH CO TSNN April 
11 1856. Static John Ov/en died 26 May 1841. 






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PAGE 2 . 

John Ov/en or Ov/ens was at the Capture of Cor wallis, 

and. applied for pension Doc 25 1832, in Wilson Op Tennessee 

He was age 71; and that ho died ilay 26 or 27 1842 

and he was mcrricd March 19 1818 to Dorothy v;idow of John 

l/Ycotten. She v/as allowed pension on her a .Jilication 

executed Pe'o IS 1853, while a resident of Smith County Tenxiessee. 

Age 61 . Sons Thumas I Ov/en and Ja;:jes K Owen v/ere 

residents of Smith County 'Tea esaee in 1853. 

Two .affidavits of Irvin Tomlinson and Sal y 

T mlinson in fes±k:cii l-Zilson County Ten-essee 1353 May 12th 

ages 65 i^'.nd 70 res ectively states tney lived in about a mile 

of her in Vvilson Co Tenn at tine ar she v/as married to John Owen 

near the Pig Spring. They hed been acquainted with her for 

several years before her marriage- was acquainted v/lth Owen also i 

saw him frequently when he was paying his address to her and was 

v/as invited to the wedding. Tiey ;7ore married by Mayor Steel 

or Stul, a J P in 1818 . That she formerly was married to 

_ VVOOTEN . She v/as familiarly called Dalsoy and Doliy 

and Dulscy Vmtors. She also .".ude declaration 136G in Smith Co 

Tenn, for increase of widov;'s pension.. 



VIRGINIA SLR'.. ICE OF JOHN GIVEN R 7843 PAGE 87 

DECLAi^ATIOM was made in Greene County Georgia by John Owen 
states he served .18 months as a minute man under Capt 
Billups and Gregory as r^uch as two years. T is paper was signed 
October 7 1833. And April 6, 1335 he made another declaration 
in ureene Co Ga , who applied under the Act of June 7 1832. 
States that 2 or 3 years after he was dischar,.;ed he walked to 
Richmond, Va from Gloucester County , or ti.^at part which was 
knoTO as Mathews Co with the expectation of receiving pay for 
his services, that there, he was only furnisned with a certifi- 
cate of t .0 amount duo him for such services, that a short tiue 
afterwards he found o:nploTrnent on oocjcd of a vessel and that 

he follov/ed such employment for near ten j^ears, that his 

lost 
certificate for pay as a soldier was /"during this time and t -at 

he never after making application src Richmond -applied again for 

pay and t at if his depreciation pay in 1783 was ever paid to 

any other individual as av;ent for him and etc. that it was 

entirely vrlthout his knowledge. T.-at he has ne er received any 

pay or been in the least benefitted by any Act of Congress for 

his ser ices during tno .Revolutionary v/ar.. He was ago 80 in 

1835 February 25th . He stated he was born 1755 at NEW POINT 

COi^IFORT, GLOUCESTER COUNTY VIRGINIA. Kls services began 

at the time Dunmore landed at Gwinns Island, and was under Capt 

Billups, toward the close of this service was under Capt Gales. 

that we were while in service attached to Ccl Peyton and reraainc 

remained on the CMESAfEAIvE BAY. In 1780 enlisted for 18 months 

in Gloucester Co Va and attached to Capt Young's company at 

Little York, under Col V/ra Da is, under General Stueben. 



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VIRGINIA SERVICE OF JOHN Ov^\ R 7844 PAGE 88 

Declaration of John 0.,en of Barren county Kentucky, 

May 20, 1839 who applied under the Act of June 7 1832, by 

John Ov/on a resident of said county and state, age 75 and states 

he entered service in the Revolution Jan 10, 1781, and joined 

Capt Francis Degrafin Reid's Coinpany of drafted s men and 

rendezvoused at Lon ;, Eonevj , about 12 miles west of Petersburg 

Va; under Col Ivlerriv/eathers, and marched from there dovni to the 

dismal swamp, where we remained until about first of April, 

guarding the county from t'^e depredation of the British and 

tories, who were located at a fort 10 or 12 miles from York 

town and v/ero comi'iitting depredations and robbing the people, 

that v/e attacked this fort on one occastion, but the British 

had iiek their cannon v/eil arran:-Led and played upon us so we were 

unable to take the fort in this enga^Gmcnt- they were at 

Suffolk and retreated across into North Carolina, v;here this 

deponent was taken sick and remained in a hospital until first 

of May 1781, then returned home to LL^-JENBURG CO VA and in first 

part of fall 1781, was again drafted for 3 months tour and 

rendezvoused at Dozil's? mill in AMELIA GOTJI^ITY and under Capt 

^- Joseph Knight, and col David Stokes, marched throu Petersburg 

N 
to Husom.es Field and received large reinforcement and marched to 

to siege of York or Yorktown. Ke was taken sick and rem.ained 

until Nov 17B1 when he was broughht home to Lunenburg Co. 

Affidavit of Joseph Ov/en in Barren Oc Ky age 73 had known John 
Owen from his youth and knows he sor.-ed in the Revolution Jan 178: 
1781. 



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VIRGEIA S&WICE OF WILLIAM STMART 

& flARTI-IA R W 11555 Bounty land warnant 38559-160 acres 
in 1855 

DaCLARATION was made in MCWROS CO'dNTY 
G&QBC1A 
October ^ 93, 1832, then a resident of sa:.d countj;. His address was 

Forsyth, Georf'ia. He died in Jime 18k& in VACOU COU'TY aEORG:^A. 

The data fur'-^ished belov/ were obtained from pa'rers on file in c'-aim 

for oensicn "'' l].555j based on the militsrv service of ^"illiak Stewart 

during th: "evolution' ry war. He w"s born November B, 1762 in Hanover 

Count" Virginia. Names of his o.-r'.'nts '.ver^ not st?ited. 

^Tii'e a resident of AI-C-TTiST COR-ITY ^rrRr-THIA, '"■"•-liam Stewart 

enlisted in tho fall of 177oj served six months as serfj'eant and issuing 

CorTmissarv in Sa-t Pa.Ti'-lin's conran-', Colone- Danie; Gaines' virsrinia 

repi-:3nt. ""'hortly 3ft3r the expiration of th^s service, he ser-ed six 

mo- ths as ser^-eant i-n Ss--t John Christian's comoany, Col ''ance's Va 
reglme-'t . He served in 1779 or 1780 a short tour, names of officers 

not given, fie served about 2 months as sor.^cant in Cant John "Stewart's 

com any. Col Tucker's Va rcpiment, and was in th.- Siege of Yorktown. 

He moved fr-Mn .'^mherst County Va to OCJL.ET^'ORPE COU^TTY GEORGIA, v;here 
he lived 30 or 40 yearS; and then moved to Monroe County Georgia. 

^"illiar'. Ste^" rt m.arricd December 17 1837 in '"onroe County Georgia, 

to li'-^irtha B ""ilson. She was his second wife; to.o name of his first wife 

was not statd, nor k ar theri: any data in this claim in re-ard to her. 

The w-^dow, Mortha B Stewart, was allov>'ed nonsion on her amplication 
executed March 3, I855j st which time shev;as living in !^onroe Co Creorgia, 
age 72 . She was allowed also I60 acres of b^>unty and on her a plication 

executed Dec 5, 1855. 

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TIRC'INIA SER^'ICF. 0^ wr[T,LIAM STE'-.'RT A^T) -'RT'-A R "^1555 Bl wt 38559 
Pa^e 2 continued: 

of t'^e soldier ■'illiara "^tev/art. wor;.' living in Monroe Co Gs in 1855. 

Charles T ^'ilson son o' t!;o widow, T'T?rt' ". ^ -tevrart was a resident 

of Jones County Georgia in 184, and then referred to her as deceased, but 

did not give t e date '^f her death. 

T''-e Caotain John Stewart under whom the soldier, "'illian '"tc-art 
served st the Siege of Yorkto"-, was his brother. 

The papers on file in this clr-im contain no furth.-~r discernible data 
relative to famili' 

If you desire inforniation in regard to location of ^.and referred to 
herein, you shuld address the Comtrassioncr of the General Land Office, 
^■'sshingtcn, DC n' d furn.:sh the following data. 

i^^arr.'irt No .38559 for 16C acres under Act of 1855. 

Ir. order to obtain the date of I'-st pay ^ent of pension, name ard 
address of person naid and possibly date of death of this widow you 
should pp-'ily to f e Coriotr oiler General. General Accounting Office 
Records Division, "'-shington D C and furn"sh the tollovr.ng data; 
Martha B Stewart, widow of '"illiara Stewart. Certificate No 5203 
Issued May 24, 1855, rate '^MOO ocr ann'^.ir., commenced Feb 3 1853, 
und'^r Act ^f February 3 1853 Georgia "c-ency. 



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DEC^4R/TI0N W3S made i.n MADISON COIFTY T^JM5S3EE jr^y 26, 1825 age 70 
In 18'0 he was living in Montgomery Count" Tennessee. 

The data following were obtained fro,-n the paoers on file in pension 
claim S 3^097, based upon the military service of ''illiam "Stewart in 
t'le Revolution. 

^■■i'.liam. 3tow"rt enlisted in the spring 1776 ss a private in Co t 

X Crockett's corr^any, 7th Virginia Reginent and ^ftcr a short tine was 

transferred to Captain Posey's Company in Col 'Organ's Virginia rep-'jnent, 
and was in the bnttles of ^Tnite 'Plains and ■'Saratoga besides a niarn'"'er of 

battles and skirniishes of less imnftrtance and served until "about the cl r>se 

of the ^va^. 

T'^.ere are no data relative to his fsirdlj'- in the papers in this claim. 

The above hist^.ry is th^'t of the only '"'illiam Stevart who was born 
about 1756 and was pensioned v;hile residing in T'CW'ESSEE found on the 
Revolutionary war records of the National Archives. 



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VIRGINIA SERVICE OF mUlM STE'^ART S 616? -nd b-mirty ^.-nd warr-nt 
►Tun er 10005 for 160 acres in 1855 

It apoerirs from the war pe'si^rx clairi Nc S 6^6? t'l-it he served in 

t'le ■Revolutionarv war v^.ile living in Henry Count v Virginia, enlisted 

1781, a few da-s «ftcr the ^-^ttle of Guilford, and served 3 months as a 
private in Captain George Hairston's Coraoany in Colonel Penn's Virginia 

regiment . 

Soon -ifter he enlisted and served 3 months in C^ft Georpc Cretz's 

Virginia Company, 

He then enlisted and served 2 months, ending Decem':'er X 8, 1781, 

in Cant James ?a.rrart's Virf,inia Company. 

He was allovfed pension on his application executed December 3, 1832 

at which time he '.vas age 71 and ? resident of Franklin county Virginia. 

In 1855j he vras still a resident of that countv. 

Tberc; are no data on file roTative to his family. 



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Rl,vOL1'TION MD war of 1312 ServicG ^._ _ 

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DECIARATIO;T .AS ^1^)1 11^ ROOi'OASTIL; GOJITIt' K.illT '^ 'O-Y 1844 .larch 

27 oorsonal y appcarjci, before Ja:.:cs Fish a J ? in said counts'- 

Hiss .inclino uarden a rcslii' nt of said county aye about 40. 

StatovS that she ia th.i Gi'!;hth child of her father V/illia.tr'. 

V/arden deceased and her luothor Sara':' '/.'ardGn now of the county 

aforesaid, t at ks she ver''' hell':, es t/'.-'t her - brothers near 

fifty SIX and bolieves ':'er mother and father were raarried in 
1738 a.id hor liiothcr has nev-.-r remarried since his d.eath which 
deat oco-'.rrcd. du.rin,..:; die v;ar with Great Brittain and while he 
ho v.-as on 'che Few Orleans Gaunpai.3n. t ict h.er rnorher has always 
continued; t-at her fat .or served 2 years in t'le R volution 
ai-n on accoj.nt of \/hich she ought to be granted a pension. 

i. orner L.ct.iei' becuso of her father's death in the late 
war has been grrnted an allowance over 20 odd years ago for abo 
about .,.400 sh in "".s? 

i-.^firlavit of Ja.ies brooks v/::.c states he vorily bcliovcs 
t at the husbo.iid of Sara!.:, uardcn of Roehcastle Co ..y was a 
soldier of tno Revolution and served 2 years as said widov/ 
represents a.Ti t at v/hilo does nob knov; of his personal knowl- 
edge of the a,!, OS of the ?>ildroia of said v/idow^ ho sx vorily 
believes tb::t she was i.icrried to her decsf ed husband V;iu 
li'arden in 1788 and furtbor tl'C widow is doubtless as nnach or 
near 30 years a of ago. and Helpless . A-d at t]:^ sa^iotimo t'-.o 
widow of a soldier of the late war and v!\\o lost his life in 
'^^fen:.o of his country. T is 1844 ■■'ai'ch 27 Jaives Brooks 
hones than allowance be given hcr^ 

■Jn,ios S P-i-sh was ao ointed ad'n.inistrator ± of the 
estate of Sarah \7ardon deceased - of Rockcastle Co Ky 
1353 Ju.ly 28, appoints an attorney in bashington D C to 
proseeutc the claim . 

A statement on a soparetc paper follows: 
''No claim found b-sod on ssrvlcc in bar of 1812 t^->at can be 
identified with this claira R 11133. 

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VIRGINIA SERVICii OF ADAj-,; VffiAVEK AKD KATTIARIKS VjSAVER 
WO 9378 m 4937 
Ser .'Ccl under Oapt Jolxn ivi Holland in t'lC Virginia i'lilitia 
(Alleged) 

iv.ARRiAG_ CxiRTIPlGAT-i. CERTIFIED CO -^Y FROi/. FRMKLIN 
COUNTY VIRGINIA showing that ADaiv, YLi.A ER ii^J CATY K KOOH 
securiod rn<nrriago bond 1313 Aug^^st 16th. One Henry Koon was 
signing the bond with Adam 'u\:-avGr . 

DECl-ZiRi^TION was rr.de by Kat:iarine Weaver in Vihite County 
Indiana Augi;'.st 20 1872 t,;i6n age 75 a resident of Monticello 
Indiana said i;h-t'.^ co^-^.nty, states Adan; weaver served sixty 
days in the -cilitsry service , was a private drafted in Capt 

John 1.1 Hoi land 8 co, tra:-isferr to ? division, at 

Norfolk Va aad was disciiarged at Norfolk November? 1^.15 , that 
sliC was r.iarricd under na;.:e of i'atharino Co 'a (spelled in the 
certified copy as Koon) to ^dani ..eaver 16 august 1S'13 by Rev 

iVilson Tv;rner at Franklin County Va , and her husband died 
in said county 13 :.i?:y 1859- and she appointed Abraham Bets 
of Halesford Va as her lawful att,..rney. 

AFFIDAVITS OP FORREST MEEITER ..I'D MART^^A A HEEKER 

1873 in -''.^lite Co Indio:;:i , stating Katharine '."/oaver still 

remains a widow » 

AFFIDAVIT OF JAi'ffiS and Martha a Mee -er in V'^lriite Co Ind . 

stating t _o y have been acquainted v/ith Kr^tharine Weaver for 

25 years a.i.i tnat idati jaaver died May 8 1859 and that 

Katharine has remained a widow since his deatn.. 

Katharine ..ea\er v/idow of .^lam Vveaver v;as Big Lick, 
Roanoke County Va in 1876. 



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WO 29551 and V. C 22508 PAGE 95 

He served in Capt vValter Hauibaus-h' s cora ^any of Virginia 
Militia. 

TT^E EXTRACT PROM UARRIAGi. RSaiST-^R 

ROCKINGHAI.i GOUV'TY VA showinj Charles V/eaver married Susanna 

Glenirnings by Re Isaac Long S April 8 1341 

Kt Harrisonburg 13th Feb 1879 signed by tne clerk J G Logan. 

DECLARATION was filed in Rockinghan Go Va 12 Peo 1879 

by Charles Weaver and Mary Jane '..baver a:e 64 and 52 who 

states that Charles i.ea.sr is the son of Charles vVeaver deed 

who was xjn a soldier m thu service in the war of 1312, and 

fat she Mary Jane weaver is the dou hter of tne Susan liveaver 

widow of said Charles V/oaver, v/nose claim for pnsion under Act 

Act of iv:arch 9 1878 is pending in the Departnient of the Interii 

-or , t'-.i-t Charles and M^ry Jane V/eaver wnose widow 's narae 

was Clemens were marrifsd 11 J^n 1853; that their respective 

parents were narried in thoir presence by the Re Isaac Long 

at tne Dunker church in Rockingham Co Va March 1340 and 1841 

Thr.t Isaac Long died in Rockinghan Co va 1350; Tr;r.t Charles 

'rtoaver died in Rockingham Co Va 25 May 1857, end that Susan 

Weaver is th>-. idontal porson and wdo of Charles IVeavcr. 

C3usan Stated she v/oz i-:arriv-d by Isaac Long, v/ho was a German B; 

:aptl3t ruinister -x\d tnet her noidon narac was Susan Clcnens. 
That she was previously »x,rried in Augusta Co Va Jan 1319 to 
James Clemens, and that Jamos Clomonte died in Zannesvillo 
Ohio Sept 1319. T at her 2nd husbcxid Charles Wea.or was pre- 
viously narried to Catharine Shaver of Roc hingham '^o jan 1793 
1793, that Catharine .■.eaver died in Rockinghan Co 1837, that 
hor husband Chrrlcs weaver died in said county uay 1357; 
that she fur lerly lived in i.ugusti Co Va where she v/as born, 
except a short residence v/ith her first husband, 
her real maiden na:.;o was not stated. 



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WAR CF 1812; VIRGINIA MILITIA SER\/IGii.OP GEORGr. WEAKER & MARY 

WO 30436 and Vy G 25859 

Served under Capt Sa uel Hawkln's in Virginia Iilllltia. 

The maiden name of Mary was Mary Clark who married June 
28 1821 to George Weaver and soldier died April 15, 1858 

DECLARATION was made in KBaEH KOSCIUSKO COUi^TY INDIANA 

1878 May 20th. By Mary weaver age 80, a resident of said cou 
county and state, states she is the widow of George Weaver 
who served as private under Samuel Hawkins iij Virginia 
militia in the war of 1812; that he enlisted in Va Militia 
Iviarch 25 1814 and served about 71 days and was dischari^ed 
June 17 1814; that his occupation was a Mechanic and farmer 
that she married George Aeaver in Fairfield Ohio 28 June 
1821 by Jesse Gartwright, a J P; that her maiden name was 
Mary Clarkj that nei ther of them had been previously married. 
That Geori-jO iveaverdiod at Kosoiusko Cc Indiana. A.,r 15,1856. 
1858: AFFIDAVIT OP CORl^ELIUS CLARK SR . in Hancock Co Ohio 

1879 March 14 states he v/as present at weddijg of George 
Vi/eaver to M„ry Clark by Jesse D Courtrigbt J P in Bloom 
tovmship, Fairfield County Ohio. AFFIDAVIT CP ELIZABETH 
CLARIC IN HANCOC:: CO OHIO 1879 and states she was not present 
at their wedding but was acquainted with them after their 
marriage and is satisfied the marriage existed and know the 
have five or six children; to wit; GEORJE: HORATIO s REBECCA 

A.:D ELIZABETH AND JACOB SI-'EY and HANNAH LORAIN . 



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WAR OP 1812 VIRGINIA SERVICE OP JA^.^ES Vl/EAVER 
SO 20389 and S C 24312 

He was a private under Gapt Johii Jennings, in the 
Virginia militia. 

DLCLARATIO;; was filed in ALLM COU TY I'"SNTuGKY 
AUG ST 15, 1878 b:; Jaiaes Weaver, then ap-e 87 of Scottsville 
AlJ'en County Kentuc'v and states he served as private in 
said regiii.cnt under 'Jol David Sanders, in the war of 1812, 
was drafted in HALIFAX OOUIMTY VaROINIA Aug 17 1814 for 6 
months and continued servin.n; for 55 daj^s and was discharr-^ed 
at Norfolk Va on 22 or 20th October 1814; that since his 
d1 schar^^e has resided in Kalifa?: Go Va, until sometime in 
November 1816, then removed to iillen County Ky, m-here he has 
resided over since o 

Ho vias are 24 when he enlisted, states he was^BORi^ in 
HALIFAX GO VA. * 

He stated he had neretofore made application in 
ScottsvilLe, Ky by Wm Mansfield, under Act of July 14 1871 
but that Mansfield is deceased. T'le number of claim was 
20339 - The claim was rejected because he did not serve 
quite 60 days. That he also obtained two land v/arrants . 

The following doclaration was mode in Al.on Go Ky 

June 14 1871 by J^nies ..oaver t.'ion ago 80. Ho stated ho 

married Martha Groxvdcr, at /inn Growder's residence. 

Affid.ovit of G i.i Mulligan of Allen Co Ky, stating 
ho has "xcn acquainted with Jn:.;c3 I'/oavor of said county 
25 or 30 years w lo made application for land bounty. 



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DECLARATION was made September 1, 1813 while a 
resident of Lee County Virginia a'^e 73. (He died in said Lee 
counts'- Va January 21, 1825). 

It appears from the papers in the R: volutionary war 
pension claim V;' 4581 thct Janies Weaver enlisted July 1, 1780 
and served as a private in Gapt John Anderson's company, Col 
HawGs Virginia regi ent, and was at the battle of Guilford, 
2nd buttle of CA^DEI^t, SIEGE OF NINETY-SIX and EUTAVl/ SPRINGS 
and was discha rged J^aiucry 17, 18 1782. 

Soldier married in Ghtrlotte County Virginia in July 
1757 to Nancy, whose maiden name is not stated, and who died 
July 18 1838 in said Leo Go Vo age about 89. Their children 

were Judith bom August 4 1768, married a CLARK 

Lucy born oeptoinber 14 1778 married a Bishop 

Nancy born November 25, 1773 married a Reynolds 

Elizabeth born Jan 15 1779 ■ • 

Susannah born Feb 2 1731 
Vailiam bom February 10 1783 

Mary bom October 11 1735 married a Soudor 

Sylvey born Juno 13 .1733 married a Jones 

James Jr bom May 31, 1790. 

The only surviving children, Jmdith Clark, Lucy Bishop, 
Nancy Reynolds, Mary Souder and Sylvoy Jones, were allowed the 
pension on account of service ±e of their father on on appli- 
cation executed June 25, 1855 by said Juditl. Clark a resident 
of said Loo County Virginia. 



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WAR 0? 1812; VIRGINIA SERVICE OF JOa' P. iffiA/ER & 

ZLIZABETr " 
WO 2954 and A' : 3671 

Declaration v/as ;nsd e in l.I/it'ISGJ" COlTiTTY INDIAI^^A April 

29 1871 by Elizabeth V;eave-r- age 30 a resident of i, sdison Co 

Indiana states she is v/idow of John ^' .eaver, who ser ed 

in Capt 'y,iea,er's company of the Virginia luilifeia at 

Staunton '/a and was disc^sr sd at Norfolk' ''a; states she 

e.aployed John E Shepherd to obtain her land warrant and he 

failed to do so and that she then employed Charles i.'^ollohan 

who obtained 160 acres No 112598 dated 12 April 1871. Tnat 

she was married under tht name of ^liza e th Thoraason to John 

i- . i.-eaver on September 1308 by S&a Leiiuel Page t;:e county 

of Goochland Va, and her husband died in Augusta Co Va about 

20 Feb 1336 o One Charles K 'A'eaver was a witness to her 

signature - also one Sarah D heaver was a witness. 

The CERTIFICATE PROM T.."L COr': TY COURT CL ,EK OF 
GOOCHLAi^ro CO VA v;ho was Wtn Miller - was County court clerk 
of said coun^ stated that an extract from a retrn of 
marriages solemnized by Loonard I-age a licensed minister 
1307 Se t 28 John vveaver and Setsy Thomas married. 

IN ARTICLES OF A.-REEi-^IIT IH MARION COU'iTY INDIAr^A 
SARAV D i.'EAVER, DAUGHTi^R OF JOHN P vVEA.^iR IN T^,^ WAR OF 1312 
agree to allow her agen M H Daniels of Indianaoolis the fee 
of ^^25 and one Lydia .^'oaver xvas a witness to her signature. 

A letter written by attorney Mollohan in 1871 to .,.rs . 
Elizaoeth '/.eaver stating he hcd received her 160 acres &etCo 

AMPLICATION OP HEIRS IN j'/lARION COUNTY INDIA:-": A 
1337 Scrah D i'/eaver age 75 a resident of Indianapolis Ind . 
States she is the dau of John x V/ea^.'er; that her mother 
Elizabeth filed claim thro lu^llehan of o-alliopolis Ohio 1871 
That Eliza: eth .eaver died in che fall of 1371. 



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GONTIH:,KrAL VIRGINIA SSRVTC^ OB' JOH^v WLA\:t:JR & PaTSEY 

W 3635 
Bounty land warrant 246- for 6C acres in 1855 

The follovving recjrd of John Vvea'/er of I'ir.jinia as found, 
in f.ie claim f:r per. si on under File I'lc n 5635. based upon his 
service m t'.:b Rg olution&ry var . Ke enlisted at Hillsooroughj 
North C&Tolina about 1779 or a short tiae before the defeat of 
General Gates, and served as private in oa t James >unn's corapany, 
Col l/::: -.'cishington' s re;i:inent of Dl^a^oons and vi^as discciiarged 
near Charleston South Jarolina, at the close of th,5 iiovolutionary 
war . 

John v'/ea-'er moved from Halifax County Va to Kcntuch.y 
abouc 1315, and v/as allowed oension on his application executed 
August IS, 131P while living in Allen County Ky . In 1820 he v/as 
still living th^re ^and gave his a?:e then as ab ut 64, He died 
at his ho.ne in Alien Go Ky Ja;i 15, 1844. He married December 24 
1787 in Halifa:c Co Va, i^atsoy lUcholo or Nicholas. The date 
and place ■.£ h..r birth and naros of parents wore not statod. 

Patscy iVeavur was allo',;Gd pension on accouiit of the serv co 

of hor husband Johji ca\er, on h-r an ,'lication executed July 23 1( 

1322 at which tiMC she was ace 86 and a resident of Allen Co Ky • 

In 1855 s....e was still living in ^llon C; wnen she stated she v;as 

a ,0 34 with no explanation of tzi'.- disoropany. She died Juno 12, 

1S5'/ . 

-ioferen.ce was .oade to six cnildren of J.;'lxn V/oav^r and 

his wife ratscy. In 1820 the s.jldior stated that he had 2 

da-ght^rs; one over 21 and the other about 16, and one son 18. 

The foliovang nair.es of children only wore designated. Nancy who 
married Joel Legrand & in 1852 was ago 63 or 64 & Jcnos who in 
1852 v/as age 61~"or 62. In 1353 one Joel v/caver & one Nancy L 
resided in Alien Co Ky, but no rolationshap to soldier is stated. 



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VIRGINIA SERVIGii OF JOKIJ Ur^AVER /u-iD SARAH V.' 3158 

bountjr land warravit ITo 71029 for 160 acres 
in 1355 
DECLARATION wau made in AUGHSTi. COUNTY VIRGINIA 1832 October 

2, and he died In said county Deceinoer 13, 1832. 

It aj,j.:ear3 from the papers in the Revoluti nary war pension 
clal-81 . Vv9158 tht.t Job-n Vieaver was born 1760, in Augusta County 
Virginia, and while living in Rockingham county Va , he enlisted 
and served as private with the Virginia troops as follows; 

From November or Deceniber 1776, three months in Gapt Robert 
Craven's company. Prom early in 1731 three months under Captain 
Michael Gogar or Cowger, Colonel Nail. 

In 1781 20 days undor Gapt John Push. 

In 1781 three months under Gapt George Huston; he was in 
the siege of Yoriftown, and at the surrender of Gornwallis. 

He married iu^^rch 3 1812 in Augusta County Virginia to 

SARAH HINE3. She was allowed pension on her 
application execut^.d April 22, 1857 at v;hich time she v/as age 67 
and a resident of Lav/rence county ■.iissouri. 

In 1857 a son James, v;as age 37 and a resident of Lawrence 
County Iviissoari . 

The abovo soldier is the only John Weaver of iiugusta 
County Va, found on the Revolutionary v/ar records of the National 
Archives. 



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WAK OF 1812 
VIPlCtINIA service of LEiVIS 'ffiAVER SO 3603 & SO 4586 

DEGLaRATIOK was made April 10, 1871 by Lev;is "iVeaver 

in jvicntg0:t:iery County Virginia age 81 f'-ist he luarried 

Leodocia Lucas in Montgomery County Va 22 Nox'ember 1830 

that he was drafted in Ca.t Jar^es Hogss infantry 4th regt . 

ab Chris tiansburg, Va August of 1814, a;;d was discu; rged at 

at >Torfolk in Febr'^.arv 1815; f.at bis discharge v/as 

surrendered when he made ap^:l:Lcat ion for bounty land, which 

is on file in t^-.e -tension office, to which he refers for a 

iriore particular doserTption of his serv.co, he nov/ being 

very old and his r-:;c^l- eoticn, not as fresh as v/hen be made 

apijlication for bounty land. His post office was Auburn 

in Mont"c:mcr", Jo Va . 



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DECLARATION v/as made in Decen:Der 3, 1832, in PLEI.IING COTJI^JTY 
:ENTlTJKY. The following data is from papers on file in claim 

for pension S 14785 based on the military service of Philip 
weaver in the Re ^'olutionary war. 

Philip Vi.-aver v;as born October 19 1764 in LOUDOUN COUITTY 
VIRGINIA. The names of his parents v/ere not stated. 

Philip -eaver enlisted in Loudoun county Virginia August 
1781 and served as a private in Capt Joslah Moffett's Compar-'y 
in Col 'ivest's Virginia re:^i;:iont, marc-^ed to the town of Gloucester 
Va and guarded tho prisoners tai;:en at Yorktovai to Noland's Ferry 
on the Potomac in Loudoun County and v/as disc .ar-^ed there some- 
time in November 1781= He enlisted In December 1781, served in 
Capt Sumrell's or Lujiroll's Virginia c mpany, marched to Winches- 
tor tc ■' ard British prisoners, and v/as disc."srged sometime 
in ivsJTCh 1732. 

Tue papers on file in this claim contain no discernible 
data in regard to his family. 

In order to obtain the date of last payment 
of pension, na'io and address of person paid, and possibly the 
date of death of this pensioner, you should write to The 
Comptroller G^.n^ral, General Accounting Office, Records Division, 
(Washington D C and furnish the fcllcvang data: fhilip .weaver 
Certificate No 7243, issued aarch 20 1333, rate of -^.20 per annum 
co-iLucncod karcn 4 1831, Act of Juno 7 1332, Kentucky iigency. 



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VIRGINIA iL,D NORTH CAROLINA SEE IC..- OP SMiUJEL lAOMVSR AKD MARY 

W 8995 

DECLARATION was made :'.n Laurel County Kentucky April 15, 
1836, and had lived in said county since 1314. It was stated 
in 1839 t;:.at he lived about nine m. les from Leurel County Seat« 

r.,.e data follov/ing were obtained from papers on file In 
the pension claim vj 8995 based upon tne military service of 
Sanuel Weaver. 

This soldier was t.ie son cf DAiJIEL ¥i/EAVER, was born Nov. 
26, 1754 or 1755 in Cumberland Goanty Virginia and was living 
in that county at the begin'iing of the Revolutionary w ar» 

Vi'hile living in S'^'RRY CO'iTf^'TV NORTH CARC^LIKA, he enlisted 
in the 3;jring of 1780 and served 3 months as private in Capt 
Jaccbnb Gamplin's N C company. Four daj^s after discharge from 
tnis ser\?i.ce he enlisted and served 3 months as private in Ga t 
'fe Bostic's N C co.r.pany and was in 5 or 4 s :irr,ishes with the 
Tories; he stated that dcriny this enlistment he was with Genl 
Marion, a British, officer; as he was told, same into camp but 
for what ho does not knov/, ho v;as roasting and baking sweet 
potatoes on tno coles. Gi.nl. Marion rte.?pcd up vjith the British 
officers and rcnarced ho believed he v/ould ta'ce breakfast, he 
felt proud of the rv^quest, pulled out his potatoes, wiped the 
asnos off wltn a dirt;, handkurshicf _, placd tnum on a pine log 
(which was all tno orovlsion the;, h.id ; and General Marion and t 
the E'ritas officer uartook of th'jm. He has boon told by some 
that thJ.s hastoen roccrd^d in the life of the General, as dinne 
but this was a breakfast, ''Samuel '/.caver then virent to visit i 
his uncle, (nauie ijot stated) in Hr-nry Co Va and while there 



VIRGINIA Ai^D SoRTH G AROLINA SERVICE OF SAI.IUEL WEAA/ER AMD MARY 
PAGE 2- continued: W 3993 ^^xq^ iqq 

enlisted and served about one month as private in Capt George 

George Kastin's or Hastings' a company, ho enlisted with the 

intention of ta]<ing part in the battle of Guilford but reached 

tha^'O just at the close of the h.:ttle. Pr'om som'-^time shortly 

after the battle of Guilford, he served as ralnuteman until 

the close of the Revolution, amounting to about 2 years af 

actual s orvice, duringwDich time he was a priv-.to in Capt 

Jacob Gainplin's N C com a.ny. 

After tae Revolution ho moved to V/ASHINGTON CGUl^ITY TENK . 
and served unaor Capt John Wood and Col Sevier in an expedi- 
tion against the. Cv,er:ikoe Indians . 

Ho stated he also lived in South Cnrolina after the 
Revolution . 

Samuel Weaver died l^ov 14, 1342 in Laurel County Ky. 

He married October 7 1783 to Iv.aRY ? 

T'lie following statement was made in ro_;ard to said r.-iarriago; 
"Samuel and i.iary V/ca'-er was married 1783. October 7th day. 
The widow Mary sVeaver, was allowed poislon on her application 
executi-;id Oct 26 1^45, whilo living in Lourel Co Kentucky. In 
1844 it was stated that she was aoout 82. 

Joseph weaver, tho youngest of their eleven children 
was born Kov 24, 1308. T .,o only ot.ior child's name t.Uat v/as 
given was rIEZEKIAH WEAVER, who was born Doccmoer 3 1784. 
Joseph Vi'cavor m^ade affidavit in Laur^-l Co ICy and was age 34 in 
1843, when ho made stateii'eat . 



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DECj-ARATION was mads in 1852 ^iU.gust 2 in L.sdriver 
tcv/nship, Jhampaig. Couxity Ohio, stc-.t.:^3 that about 1792 he 
moved to Mason County Kont'icky and 1802 moved to said Ohio 
county of G h a mp a i gn . 

It 35 appears from the file t^at uVllliam ifeaver was b 
born December 24 1759 about five miles from Philadelphia, 
x^ennsylvania . 

vi/'hile a resident of Berkeley County Vir inia 
he enlisted August 1781 - ser-ed as a private in Capt Linder's 
Virginia company^, was at the Siege of Yorktov/n, and was 
one of the ,<:aard vmich conducted the prisoners to Harper's 
Ferry, after which he returned home and in about one month 
enlisted as a private in Capt ^jtephens' Virginia com any 
and served until March 1782 when he was discharged, having 
served in all nearly seven months. 

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^'IRGIMA SERVICE OF JOffi^ V/E;-VER BOUNTY L.JTi WARRANT 1391-100 a 

DECLARATIOi! was mad^ In HERTFORD COUNTY NORTH CAROLINA 
by John "Veaver aee 71 or 72 states he enlisted as a private 
flor diarat''-^n of the war in regltnent, under Col "Hsv^'s and 
afterwards^ served in same resriment, under Col Csp-.pbell, 
and continued until the close of the v/ar when he was re-ularly 
discharged from aforesaid regiment, commanded dv Colonel 
QUEBECK of Virginia line, and whp'n he was a private and he 
lost his discharge when he v;as wrecked at Sea soon after 
Peace. This was signed October 1828. -^ 

i^ffidavit of Jar-es Smith age 68 states he has long 
been acquainted with Jobji Weaver. 



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109 



ADAMS, James 56 

ALBEMARLE BARRACKS 55-a 

42 
" Co Va l,19,-37--45-29 
42-45-26-66--61 

ALEXDRTA S C 31 

Alexandria Va 24, 5, 70 

Ajlen, Co Ky 101*97 

AMELIA CO VA 72-88 

AMHi^RST CO VA 1,8, 89- 
55a, 37-42, 

ANDERSON, Thomas 46 

" Richard Gluff Col 52 

" John 98 

ANGLIN, PHTEIF 1 

Anthony, Rachel 46 

ANGLIN, PHITI? 1 

ANSE^^, Margaret 27 

ARNOLD 19 came to Richmond 
Va 

ARNOLD'S INVASION OP VA 26 

ASBOTT, H J 59 

ASHBV, jnpiN CAtT 5 

AUGUSTA CO VA 22,14,95 
100, 102 

BARREN CO KY 88 
BA'GOTT, JESSE I OR J 83 
" PRANCES 83, 
Eli 83 



BAGGETT, Miner 83 
BARREN Co Ky 88 
Ballard, Robert Ca pt 65 
Bet took, Edward 64 
Baylor, George Col 6 
Barnes, Mar rare t 49 

Thomas 49 
Barnhart, Barbara 33 
Ball, Erasmus 24 
Barnes, Shadrach 2 
Balrd, Sarah 6 
Barnes, James 6 

Arms tread 6 

Milly 6 

Betaey 6 

Sami.\el 6 

John 6 

Baldwin, Sarah 31 

Barnes, John & Milly 6 

Barnes, Richard 7 

Byrne, John 10 

BARNES, BENGAMOND 2 
or Bingamond 2 

Georre 3 
John 4 - a Prench soldier 

Francis 2 or Barns. Wm 2 
Wm 2 and 3 
Barner or Barnes, John 4 
BAYL.ER, ^-EORP-E 6 
BALT.INGER, RtchARD 37 
Barnett, John 21-B 
Baltimore, Co Maryland 7 



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BARKELEY OR 

BERI^ELEY CO VA now \'Vest Vs 
106-107- page 33-B 

BEDFORD CO TENN 39 

Belcher, Anthony 35 

Bedford, Co Va 57-42- 

39-56 
Bean, William 43 

BEI^'E PLAIN BATTLE 74 

Bets, Abrahair. 94 

bias, johj^i 61 
binghal;, h w 21 -b 

Bird, James 12 

Bishop, Tjvcy 98 

BLACK, W^' ^^ 57 

Blackhurn, John A 48 

BLEDSOE, ISAAC 32 

BLOOM township, Ohio 96 

BQTTETOITRT CO VA 56 

Bottetourt Co Va 7 

30TT0:,i CRAS L 46 

Bots, Abrf.ham 94 

Boyds , hole 11 

Boyd, E Col 34 

Bourhon Co Ky 8 

BOmiAN, REBECCA 55-a 

" BERSHEBA 55 -b 

Bradley Co Ten- 37 
" Wir- H 21 -a 
Bradshaw, Vifrr 15 



BRANHAi: , Vincent Col 31 

Bradley Co Ter- 55-a 

Brand-'Twine 24-52 
battle 6-25 

BRIAR CREEIC 32 
BRICE, James 2 IB 
Brown, Heiiry 57 

" Thomas 48 

BROAD RIVER 21-a 

Brooks, Janes 93 

Er\irnbai.:gh's Mar^'-^'ard Records 
49 

BRUNSWICK CO VA 82 

BUCKJIER, MORDECAI 6 

Bnckner, Mordecai 6 

BTTPORD, ABRy^HA!' 76 

Bun run post office 48 

Bullock, Edward 64 

Bullett, Ann 29 

Bunker, Hill battle 23 

Burns ides, James 14 

Burirvoyne surrender 55a 
" ' ''• taking of him 23 

Burton, Lavina 38 

Charles L 38 

Mar-aret 3B 

I. J. 38 

Sariuel 38 
BUSHONG, JACOB 9 
Burns , Burns, or Byrns, John 
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INDEX TO VOLUME 26, VIRGINIA 

Cabin point 85-39- 

Ca^den, S C 98 

Cadwalader, Ann 23 

Camplin, Jacob 105 

Gal lis, Wm 29 

Ca!rpl)el], Wm Ensign 84 
Calloway, Margaret A 46 

CA'TBE^I, CO Va 57-56 
/Campbell Co Te-^n 40 
Camden Battle 9 

Callis, V'/m 26 

Canawha river 48 

Caroline Co Va 31 

Carter, Wm i.Iajor 1 

Cartwright, Jesse 96 

Caultv, John 15 

Cavill, Wm 37 

CI-miSTlAN CO KY 21b; 3- 

Ch±4kfcmeugaJaa§sa& Sarah 13 



Charleston, S C 59, 101 

3- 
Charlotte Co Va 64-65-98 
57 

Christiansburg Va 103 
Christian, John Capt 89 
Charlottsvile Va 62 

Christie, Abraham 13 
John 13 
Isaac 13 
Preston 13 
John 13 



Page 111 
PENSION ABSTRACTS: 

CHRISTIE, ISRAEL 13 

Daniel 12 
Christy, Daniel 12 

Robert 15 
Christie, Thomas 16 
Christy, James .14-15 
Champaign Co Ohio 33b 
Chesterfield, Co Va 51 
Chinn, Perry 11 

Elizabeth 11 

Charles County Maryland 5 

CLAIBORTJE, N H 1 

Clark, Henry Sr 21b- 21a 
Ben Lieut 21-a 
Samuel 14 

William 51 

J'udith 98 

Mary 95 

Elizabeth 96 

Cornelius 95 

Joseph 3 

Jonathan 3 

Clarke Co Ga 17 

Clemens, Susan 95 

Jane 95 

Cloyd, ThomaH 67 

Cloyd, Polly 67 

CLIFT, GTJEWJ 49 



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INDEX TO VOLUIvffi 26, VIRGINIA 

CHESHARE W COL 4^ 

CLUFF, RICHARD COL 52 

Coleman, Fran 42 

Coghill, Elizabeth 25 

COGHTLL, JAFlES 25 

Coliimbiana Co Oh5 o 9 

Cobb, Co -Ga 46 

Cogar, M'chael 102 

Coleman, Frank 60 

COPF OR CliPP, GE(]3R''^E 33 
Cocke, Allen 63 

Cook. Robert 85 
Polly 83 
Jpmes 83 
Catharine 94 

CookeCo Tenn 37 

Cooke, Fort 15 

Coltharp, Mary H 36 

COWPENS 'ATT^E 12 

Cowherd, Francis 9 

Cox, Thomas, Lieut 39 

CORMVALLIS 70-85-17- 
64- 

Surrender 57 -55a, 17- 
at Yorktown 45 

Crissine of Delaware 5 

Craig, \lm R 99 

Cretz, George 92 



PENSION ABSTRACTS PAGE 112 

CRAVEN, ROBERT 62 

Crockett. Jose-h 66 

CROWDER, Aim 97 

Mar tha 97 
CUMBERLAT-D CO VA 105 
CRUCE, James 21-a 
CULPEPPER CO VA 5-6—84-74-30 

2-32 
CURTIS, John ^Henrietta 83 
Dabne y , Jame s 80 

DALLAS, JAivffiS L 2 IB 

Dan River Hollow 59 

Dabne , Charles 20 

Davidson Co Tenn 67 

Dandridge, Wm Col. 64 

Dariel, ¥^ H 100 

Davis, John 57 
Davis, James 63 
Dav-'s, Wm 87 

Davidson Co Tenr 7^ 

Dew, John H 73 

DeGraffin, Francis 88 

Delaware, Crossing of 5 

DI!"-GS, AVER^'^A 68 

Di"!]ard, James 61 

Dinwiddle, Co Va 82 

Dorse, Nancy 99 

Doss, Nancy 99 

Doswell, James 64 

R Dragoons, 101 

Dunmore , 87 

Dunn, Nathaniel 79-85 



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INDEX TO VOLUME 26, VIRGINIA PENSION ABSTRACTS: PAGE 113 



EDMISTON, THO'^AS 79 
EDWARDS, L L 62 
Edington 
Edingburg 58 
Edenton North Gp.rol'ns. 39 
Eggleston. Edward 7 
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ELDRTDGE, HOl^/EL'. 82 

ETTIOTT, RICHARD 82 

ETIICO^T ''TIS 22 

EILIOTT, SALL^-^ 76 

ELIZABETHTOV/i' POINT N J 12 

EILSON, HENRY 56 

ENGLAND, JOSEPH 83 

Susan Ann 83 

EUTAW SPRINGS 3-98-9 
ESSEX CO VA 80 
EVANS, JO"N 81 
EWING, ELIZA 67 
Andrew 67 
FARRAR, Elizabeth 20- 
Stephen 20 -19 
Francis 17 
FAIRFIELD OHIO 96 
FARAR OR FARRAR, LEONARD 18 

Fayette Co Ky 80 
FAUQT-TRE CO VA 5 -76 
FAIRFAX CO VA 70 
FAPE. JONATHAN 70 

FALTS OF TI-^ OHIO 66 
FA\¥I.KS, GABRIEL -2 
FARRAR, MATiEWS 19 
FIELD, NUSOMES 88 

FISH, Jr^i'SS S 93 

FISTER HEIJRV 27 

FITZGERALD, AGNES 35 

FLEMING CO IT/ 104 

FLEETWOOD, ACADEr.r^ 62 

FLY, GEORGE W 73 
PLOVffiR GAP 1 

FLUVANNA CO VA 20 
FOLKJIER, CAPT J 17 

FORD, JESSE 5 
GEORGE 5 
Williar 5 



FORD, 5 
FORSYTH , GA 89 
Foster, Josiah 68 
FREES, Jacob 22 
FREEZE, JACOB 22 

Elvira 22 
FREES, John 22 
FRENCH SOLDIER 4 
FREDER:iCK MARYLAND 27 
Frederick Co Va 23 
Fredericktov/n Maryland 66 
Franklin Co Va 13, 18 
Franklin County Missouri 18 
Franklin Co Va 92-94 
Fredericksburg Va 74 
Frost, Jones 18 
FRY, Ben.iamin & Ann 23 
FREDERICKSTOWN MD 27 
FRY, & Frye 28 

Dorothy 28 

Sally 28 

Joseph 28 

Samuel 28 

Leonard 28 

"art In 28 

Rosanna 28 

Margaret 28 

Nicholas 28 -27 
Wm A 29-26 

Mar,v^aret 27 

Joshua 26 

Abraham 23 

Isaac 23 

John 23 

Joseph 23 

Gabriel 23-24 
FRYE, NICHOLAS 27 

Margaret 27 
FTJRNISH, JA"iES 59 
GATT,ATJN CO KY 8-25-59- 
Garnett, Elizabeth 30 

Smedley 31 

Sally 31 

Larkin 30 

Elizabeth J 30 

E D 30 

James 30 
Garrard Co Ky 00 26 
Gaines. Daniel 89 
Gates, General 23 
Gay , John, 10 
GERMANTO^ra BATTLE 6-51-25 
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INDKX TO VOLUME 26, VIRGINIA 
Gee, Henry 79 
Gernan reriment 27 
German SoMier 22 
Germany born 4 
Gibson, John 47 
GIBSON, George 70 
Glen, Singer 22 
Gloucester Co Va 87 
GLOTJGESTSR CO VA 104 

68 
Gloster Co or Gloster town 
GOOCHLAFD CO VA 18-20-100 

19 
Gordon, Ruth 33b 
Gowens, Charles 59 
GREAT KAIIAWEA 47 
GRAVES, Elijah 17 
GRAYSON, liVREN 81 
GRAINGER CO TENN 48 
GRAY, JA'^ES 41 
GRAINGER CO TENN 75 
GREAT BRIDGE BATTTE 65 
GRAY'S CREEK 63 

Surry Co 
GREENHITL, JOSE^^H 82 
GtEENBRIAR CO VA 14 
GREENE CO N C 21a 
GREEN CO GA 87 
Green Co Ohio 33 b 
Greene Co Tenr 33 
GRSGOR"^ m^ 34 
GREGG, HARVEV 25 
GRIbES, JOSHUA 41 
GRiNDY, FELIX 67 
" U S Senator 67 

Grove, or Jones 22 
Gwina Island 87 
GUILFORD BATTIE 10-92-98 
Guilford court house 9-18- 

106- 
Gunn, Janes 101 
Gwyns Island 68 
HALIFAX CO VA 97-101-56-41- 

Pittsylvania 56 /57 
Hall, Sarah 56 
HANOVER CO VA 42-61-62-89 
HalT, Patasie Ellender 58 

Isham 58 

Juriah 57 

Nathaniel Rev 57-58 
HATSLIP, EC 76 R H 76 
HALESPORD VA 94 
HAIRSTON, George 92 
Haraley, Jonathan 59 
HAMILTON, JOHN B 3 
Hampton Roads 26 



PENSION ABSTRACTS PAGE 114. 

HAIRSTON, PETER ifiAJOR 1 

HAKiBAUGK, V/ALTER 95 

Hancock Co Ohio 96 

Hanover Co Va 64 

Halifax Co 57 

HASTINGS. GEORGE 106 

HAUSSEGGER, COL 27 

Harpers Ferry 106-107 

Harrison Co Ky 6 -6 
Vp 80 " " Wr Capt 31 

" Co Ky 6 

*' Thomas 48 

HARRISONBURG VA 95 

HAHRTS, BENJAMIN 26 

Harrison Co Ky 59 

Harnon, Adam 33 
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Hnrr's, John 29 

Harrison, V/m 82 

Harmon, Barbara 33 

Hawkin, Samuel 95 

Hayden, Isaiah 64 

Haynes, Thomas 21B 

Hawley, 30 

Henry Co Va 73-92-1- 7-75-99 

Hendricks Co Indiana 7 

Henrico Co Va 51 -77-78 
42 

Henry Co Va 7-59 

Hendricks Co Indiana 7 

HERTFORD CO N C 108 

Heard, Elizabeth 46 
KICmiAN, CTHEERT H 30 

HICKIvI 

HICKOR-'- TOWN FA 12 

Hill, Green 83 

High HiUs of Santee 21-A 

Hilman, Martha G 62 

Higganbottom, John Capt 8 

Hillsborough N C 101 

HIMES 
56 HTNES, SARA" 102 

Hoi 'and, John M 94 

Hopkins, Jarnes 22 

HOLT, '!m 56 

HOLL/'ND, JO'-IT>^ M ^4 

Holston Island 48 

PIogF.n, Jarues, Caut 103 

Horse Pastjre Va 99 

Horrys regiment of S C 82 

HUGHES, WM 48 
Joseph 21b 

HUSTON, GEORGE 102 

Hurt, Wm 63 

Hyter, or Hyten 55b 



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INDIAN CREEK 14 

Indiana, Shelby County 7 

Indiana 60 

Indiana Ac;ency 47 

Indiana, Decotur Bl 80 

Indianapolis Indiara 100 

IROQTTOTS C^^-TTT-7 TTTJNQTS 23 

ISLE OF WI.iHT COriTY 79 

Jar.iestovm, Old 61 

Jacob, John 55-a 

Jacobs, John Cact 37 

Jackson, John 21 -B 

JBHl^SCN, JA''ES 5 

Jennings, John 97 
Jennings Co Indiana 80 
Jargln, Thomas 43 

Jefferson Countv Tennessee 
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Jessamine Co Ky 29 

Jarr-in, Thofnss 43 

Jonesboro Tenn 43 

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Jones, Thomas 72 

Sylvey 98 

Jones County Ga '^0 

Jones, Benjamin 80 

Jordan, Tackett 84 

Kennedy, Thomas 33-b, 34 
Ruth 33-b, 34 
NANCY 34 
Kent, Joseph 67 

iCettlestick, Old Church 82 

?'ingston Parish Va 68-^9 

King & Queen Co Va 80 

King, Jesse 63 

'■ inp's Co Va 7 

King dc Q.ueen Co Va 62 

laNG GEORGE CO iS 11 

King, Stephen 1 

King, Miles 54 

King Georges Co Va 

Knrive, Jacob 33-B 

Knight, John 72 



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"^ Joseph 88 



R K 59 
Nancy 83 
Arthur 83 

Jennings Co Indiana, Go: 
Township 80 

JONES, Sarah 21-3 
or Grove 22 
John 49 
Jonathan 49 



Knoxvilie Tenn Ardency 24 

KNOX CO TENN 52-48 

KOSCINSKO CO INDIANA 96 

Knon, Ruth 94 

KatlTTine Henry 94 



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Joseph A 46 
LAIN OR LANE, Joseph 56-b 
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Sarah 56 -57 -55a 

Crisborn 41 

Sally 65 

Betsy 65 

Esther 65 

Turner 64 

William 64-65 

Sara 58 

Drury 58 

Henrie 58 

Fountain H 62 

Rebecca 62 -55a 

Richard 62 

Thomas 63 
James 47 
Joseph 57 

Pleasant 58 

Aquilla 35 

Agnes 35 

Pleasant 58 

Robert Hall 58 

Ellss 58 

Hary A 46 

Mark (& etc) 58 -45 

Mary 39 

Larkin 60 

Richard 60-61-62 

James A 46 

Loucinda Houstln 46 



Page 116 

PENSION ABSTR/.CTS: 
LANE OR LAIN, Micajah A 46 
Mark 46 
Mark A 46 
Wm T 46 
Sarah A 46 
Margaret 48 
Rachel 46 
Esther 35 
Garret 35 
Ranson 35 
Jane 35 
Tidance 36 
Theney 36 
Jnhn King Lane 35 
Clear 35 

Anna 35 
Pleasant 35 
Adeline 35 
Thomas Jefferson 35 
Vany 35 
Mary 35 

Caroline Matilda 40 
Isaac 43 
Sarah 43 
James 46 
John 49 
Rachel 46 



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LAKE OR LAIN: 

Margaret 49 

John 49-51 -52 

Virginia 49 

Truman 49 

Ann Truman 49 

Jemima V/addey 49 

Mary Anne 49 

Sarah 49 

HIRAM 49 

Drury 39 

Caroline 39 

Isham 45-40 I.H.40 
Joseph 40 
Tidance C 44 

John 55a 

Rebecca 55a 

Joseph 40 

Sarah W 40 

Mary H 40 

Drury 40 

Rutherford 40 

Horatio G 40 

Henry 40 

William 40 

? vV 36 

Mary Katharine 36 

Mary H 36 

Charles 37 



Page 117 
I'ENSION ABSTRACTS: 

Lane or Lain, John 55b 

Charles 37 

Sally 37 

James 48 

Temperance 48 

John 54 

Hiram 54 

Henry 42-40 

Isham 4^ 

Charles 55b 

Joseph 55a 

Rebecca 55b 

Cisborne 41,Gisborn 41 
LaPayette, Marquis 42- 7- 
LATvmERT, W\ 4 
Lancaster Co Penna 13 
Land, Joseph 47 
Lawrence, Wm 71 
Lawrence Co Missouri 102 
Loudoun Co Va 70 -104-27 
" 104 

Laurel Co Ky 105-106 

Lonr Island 48 

LEE, CO VA 98 

'' Phi 11;:. 80 

LEAD MINES 57 

TEDBETTEH, CHARLES 85 

LEFTRIDGE, THOMAS 39 

Legrand, Joel 101 

Logg, John 60 

Leister, Sarah 37 
Sally 37 



INDEX TO VOLUI'ffi 26, VIRGINIA 

LE.'ffiF, GEnRCrE E 22 

LEWIS, ANDREW COL 48 

" Col C. 24 

LEWIS AND CLARK EXPEDITION 12 

LEWIS, CHivRLES 24 

lEWIS COUNTY KY 47 

Lexington, Va 48 

LITTLE YORK 84-87-5-80-7-70 

Lincoln Go Ky 13 

Louisville Ky 66 

Long, Isaac 95 

Long Island 5 

LOUISA 61 

Louisa Co Va 20-52--19-45 
60-- 42 

Losenberry, Stephen 63 

LUCAS, Co 51 

LUCAS, LEODOCTA 103 '' 

Lunenburp- Co Va 88 

L-amberland New York 12 

Lynch, Charles 56-57 

Marshall. Thomas B 40 -5 
MARSHALL MISSOT^RI 30 
I^adison Co Ky 45 

Malik's District 33 

L'adison *^o Tenn 90 or 91 

Mars'-a'l S W 99 

MATTHEWS. Co Va 68-69 
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PAGE 118 
PENSION ABSTRACTS: 

KARTON C-'TT'--^ KY 49-50 

Ilartin, Joseph 21a 

LIADISON CO KY 7 

Marion Co Indiana 100 

Mansfield, Wm 97 

Uacon Co Ga 89 

Marshall, Thomas 26 

'•'iARKS, JOHN 24 

Mayes, Georp-e 211) 

McGavock, Hup-h 66-67 
J&Tr>es 66 
Jacob 67 
Joseph 67 
Robert 67 
Polly 67 
Randal 67 
Sally 67 

Eliza' et'- 67 

David 67 

■iargaret 67 

McGhehee, John Lieut 57 

''cGhehee, John 56 

MC MINN COUNTY TENN 43 

McNutt, Margaret 67 

Samuel 67 
McDaniel, Isaac 84 
Meeker, Forrest 94 

Martha A 94 

MAUR^-^ CO TENN '-3 

Mecklenburg Co Va 17 

Mead, Wm 52 



Mason Co Ky 106-107 



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TffiRRIVifETHER , Thomas 57-60 
MILLER, Samuel 4 

^.Villiam 100 
Milder, Francis 68 

Gabriel 6^ 

America or 
Averilla 68-69 

MIDDLEBROOK, NEW JERSE^ 10 

Montgomery Co Va 66-56 

103- 
Montgoraery '^o Tenn 91-56 

Montgomery Cr, Ky 48-49 

Morgar. , Gerard 22 
Morgan Co Ten 24 
^lorvette, Sargeant 7 

Morton, Joseph Capt 18 
Mollehan, Charles 100 

Monroe Co Ga 89-88 
Monroe Co Va 14 
T''onticello Indiana 94 

MOFFETT, JOSIAH 104 

Montfort, Robert 17 

■'''onmouth 24 batf^e 52 

Mosby, Robert 20 

" William 78 

Mass ey, Benianin 61 

Mud Island Fort Battle 6 

Mulli??an, G M 97 

M SHVILiE TEIMN 70 

Nashville Tenn 67 



PAGE 119 
PENSION ABSTRACTS: 

NAS-IVILLS TENN 67 

Nev/ Kent County 61 

New Orleans 93 

New Comfort Va 87 

Nelson, V/m 26 

New Hampshire 51 

New River 15 

Nichols, Patsey 101 
Nicholds,/ 

Ninety Six 9 

59 
■• 98 

Nolands ' ferry 104 

NORFOLK VA 103-70—75 
100- 97--94- 34- 

Nolechucky 32-33 

Norfolk Co Va 41 

North Lewisbur-'' Ohio 33b 

NUSOMS FIELD 88 

O'HARRE, JA;-^S 47 

OV/EN OR OWJ^'S, Frederick 
79 

Charles 80-81 
John V9 -81 
Karrawav 80-81 

Elizabeth 80 
Henrietta 83 

Frances 83 
Polly 83 
M inner 83 
John 83 -85-84 
Joseph W 83 
Susan Ann 83 
Jeremiah E 81 -85 
Elizabeth 81 
James 82-83 
Valuntine 82 
Nancy 83 



INDEX TO VOLU''IE 26, VIRGINIA 

OV/SN OR OIVENS, Dorothy 85 
Thomas 86 
James K 86 
John 86 -87-88 
Elisha 7-^-78 
Charles 7 6 
Lavina 76 
Sally 76 
A E 77 
Elizabeth 77-78 

OV/EFS, AVIRILLA 68 

Thomas 68 
OAELEY, Catharine 71 

Geor.p-e 70-71 

Ja-es 72-73 

Sussnriah 70-71 

Nancy 71 

W illiam 71 
Oakley, Stephen 73 

John 74, 75 

OCtLETt-^OR? C^' GA 89 

Orange Co Va 61 

Orange Co '.'a 13, 35-25 

Patterson, Ilatthew 15 

I angle, Vany 35 

tatr'-ck Co Va 1 

'-arker, Josiah Col 52 

Pampline;, James 37 

55a 
Pam.plin's comrany 89 
Painty F^rk 80 

Page , Lemixel 100 

or Leonard 100 



PAGE 120 
PENSION ABSTRACTS: 

PATRICK CO VA 99 

PAINE, COIE^^ATT (^2 

Park Co Indiana 60 

FETERSPITR 57 
" Va 8 

Petersburg, Through 39 

; Pendleton 5 J 54 

Fenn, Abraham. 1 

r'etersburg Va 59 -88 

Perkins, Peter 43 

PHILADELPHIA 5-1 2--106-107 

Philips, Srlly 74 

Pierce, Elvira 22, 

PITTSYLVANIA 57 

■" Co Va 56-; 1 — 18-13-43 

PITTSBl'RG PENNA 66-47 

FORTS'''0''"''T'P VA W 

irOV/HATAN CO VA 77-78 

Points Fort 39 

Portsmouth Va 41 

Po\vel, James R 61 

I owe 11, Thomas 99 

Portsmouth Va 63-85-79 

Pope, John 37 

Point, Pleasant Ohio 48 

P owe Is or 
Powlos, Hook 24 

trince Edward Co Va 78 






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PRINCE ANN CO VA 41 
P rince 51 
Princeton battle 52 
Prince George Co Va 85 
Prince Ann Co 83 -41 
Pr' nee ton Ky 21 b 
Pr'nco Edward Co Va 21 -r 
Prince V/m Co Va 76 
-rince Edward Co & 57 
Prince Genrge s Co K&r"''n-d 49 
Pr "' nc e Ge or:T,e s C o 5'^ 
Princeton Battle 6 
PR IGMORE, Thomas 55a 

Ma ha la 55a 

Polly 55b 
Kezie 55a -b 

Lavina 55a 

Mallnda 55b 

Sally 55b 

Ruth Kelley 55b 

Lucinda Greene 55b 

Proper, Thomas 78 
Pulasky Co Ky 7 
PULLIAM, MOSES 78 

Fugh, Josiah 69 

RANEv, JA'SS S4 

R: DSTONE 39 



Page 121 
PSION ABSTRACTS: 

REYNOLDS, NANCY 93 

RENTFRO, WINEPORD 55b 

REED, H CAPT 2 

Richmond Va 74 -51 

RIPLEY CO INDIANA 13 

Rice, Elizabeth 20 

Betsey 20 

Tandy 20 

RICrlARSON, THOMAS 31 

RiCKING, ISRAEL H 21-b, 

RICm/iOND VA 19 

RICHMOND VA 80 

Richardson, Holt 26 

Ridreville Ohio 10 

ROANE CO TENN 37 

Roanoke Co Va 94 

ROCPTASTTE CO KY 93 
RocicbrMge Co Va 42-48 
Pvockinghair Co Va 95- 102-22 
" Co N C 77-73- 
Ross Co Ohio 84 

Colerain township 84 

Robinson, Christopher 73 

Ro'-ertson Co Tenn 82-83 
Robeson, John 15 
Wm 15 

Roberts, V/m 84 

Rockingham Co Va 22 

Roane Co Tenn 55-52 

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INDEX TO VOLUITE 26, VIRGINIA 
RT^SH, JOm-T CAPT 102 
Russell, Charles 64 
Rvssen Creek 59 
" Owen, Capt 7 
'■ George 43-43 

Sarah 43 
RTTTHERPORD CO TE]!N 39 
Rutledge Tenn 75 
RUBEL, OWEl^ CA.-T 7 
RUSH, CO IiroiANA 47 
RUTTER, JAISIS 5RYE COVE 21-£ 

Savede;e,Hartwell 63 

NANCY 83 
Saluda river 21t) 

Saunder, Mar-^ 98 

" David 97 

Savannah hattle 51 

SAI,T WORKS 72 

SAVAGE, WTLSE 83 
Thomas 33 
Lucy 83 
Polly 83 

SALINE CO MISSO 'RI 30 

Sa'^nt John township 

Missouri 18 

Suirry Co Va 63 

SCORPION U S SLOOP, 70 

Scott, Charles 52 

Scott Co Ky 81-80 

Scottsvil 'e Ky 97 

SCHOOLPIELD, IWi M 99 



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PE'-'SION ABSTRACTS: 

SliAWANEE INDIANS 32 

S'ni:PJTERD, JOmJ B 100 

SHAVER, CATHARINE 95 

S henandoeh Co Va 70-71 

Shelhurne, Parish 27 

Shelby, Evan 21-a -32 

Shugart, Russell 11 

Shenandoah Co Va 33 

Shelby Co Ky 21-a 
" Co Indiana 7 

'■ Isaac 35 colonel 

She It on, Jares 1 

Shackford, Charles 74 

Sin-.-er, Glen Va 22 

Smith, Robert 17 

Isaac 69 

S'-:~th Co Tenn 85 

Smith, Guy 57 

Smith, County Tenn 79 

" ■' 70 
SmithTield Va 63 



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Smithland Ky 2l-b 

SNIDER, CA THARINE 22 

SNOW, WI'^ CAPT 82 

SO'^THAM^'TON CO VA 57 

Si-OTTSYLVANIA VA 61,52 

Count, - 42, 60-61 
and 6- 
Spencer Joseph 25 



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INDEX TO VOLUME 26, VIRGINIA 

ST?;V\fART, \Vm 21a, 88-90-91 

Martha 88 
Stephens, Philip 55b 

Stewart, John 89-90-92 

Martha B 89 

Thomas 89-90 

Thomas H 89-90 

STARK CO OHIO 9 

Stanton, 'A'm Capt 8 

Saint Clair's Indian war 12 

Stafford Co Va 11 

Stav.nton 100 

SLATT-HTER, Ja.^S 8 

Steuben, General 88 

'■ Baron 39 

Sparta Ya 31 

Stony Point 24 

Stokes, David 59 

STOFZES, DAVID 88 

Stoner's Mill or 
Stonners I.lill 57 

St-' bblefield, Geor-e 53 

52- 42 
SMITHFIELD VA 85 

SwvTj Co Va 57-79 

Sus sex Co Va 83 
Sussex 79-85-21 

SnlTivan Co New ^or^- 12 
Sullivan Co Tenr 32 
Simmers, Mathev/ Capt 39 

Surrv Co N C 11 



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SUi,....JERKLL CiitT VA 104 

Suffolk Vs 88 

Surrv Co Va 105 

Surry Co N C 11 

Sycamxore Shoals 32 

TATURN, EDVi/i\RD 59 

TARRANT, JA'TES 92 

Tabb, Philip 68 

Tackett, Feter 84 

Talbert, Nelly 85 

Tenness-ee a^encv 33-40 

Thornberry. John 62 

Mar r a ret A 62 

Thompson, Elizai;eth 100 

" Vvm 5 

Threlkeld, Aaron 21-b 

Tinton, Abraham. 66 

Tiller, Benjamin 59 

Towles, Oliver 6 

Tomlinson, Irvin 86 

Sally 86 

Travis, Arthur 21-b 

Trail is, Samuel 48 

Trenton, battle 6 -52-51 

'' New Jersey 5 

TRTGG, JOmi 57 
Tripgs, John 39 
TRIIvIBLE, W 46 
Triplett, Simon 70 



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INDEX TO VOLUIffi 26, VIRCINIA 
VALLEY FOR 'E 70-52—25 

Turkey creek 14 
Turne r , Vu 1 1s on 94 

Unlontown, Penra 47 
Union Co Ohio 33b 
Walker, I'tt^s Ora (W S) 54 
Vi'aits, George 76 
WARDEN, 'im 93 

Erie line 93 

Sarah 93 
y/a 1 la c e , M i c hae 1 11 
¥;arren Co N C 82 
Warsaw Ky 59 
Warren Co Ohio 10 
WASHINGTON, GEY GEO 23-5--7- 
77- 

v^'m C-lonel 101 
Washington Co N C 43 
" Co Va 64 

" '' Ten-nessee 32-106-35 
WATfi.TJ'A 32 
Water town Tenn 74 
Welch, James 61 
Watauga river 43 
Waters, Dolly 86 

Dolsy 86 
V/atson, Alexander Col 82 
i\"atklns, y;hit 59 
Wayne General 72-80 
Warnscoat, Wright 70 
Waters, Catharine 71 
WEAVER Geor.p-e 96 

Ilordtio 96 

Rebecca 96 

Elizabeth 96 

Jacob Sj ey 95 

Harold or Hanrah Lorain 96 

Jernes 97-98 

Elizabeth 100-95-98 

Charles H 100 

Sarah D 100 

Lvdia 100 

John 101 

Patsy 101 

Adam 94 

Katharine 94 

John 99-100 

Narcv 99 

Elizabeth lO'^ 

Judith 98 

I'larv 98 

Lucy 98 

Susannah 98 



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-age 124 



1^/EAVER, IM 98 -107 
John 108-101-102 
Charles 95 
Susannah 95 

John P 100 John 105-6 
Sally 99 
Margaret Z 99 
Elizabeth 100 
Daniel 105 
Joseph 106 

Mary 105-6 Mrry Jane 95 
Samuel 105 
Henry 105 
Keziah 106 
Fancy 101 
James 102 
Lewis 103 
Philip 104 
^^^ary 96 
Jane 95 
Susan 95 
WEAR, John 55a 
WEL^S, EDWARD 99 
Wellborn, James 53 
West, Spence 41 
" Augusta Va 14 
WHITE CO TENN 64 
WHEELER, James 21b 
John 21b-21a 
Isaac 21b-21a 
Sally 21b 
Henry 21b-21a 
Marv 21b 
Mary Ann 21b 
Susannah 21a 
Benjamin 21b 
Folly 21b 
Matilda 21b 
Susan 21b 
White Co Indiana 94 

Plains 51 battle 51 
John 20 
Vfhite Plains 91 

lYhorton, Franklin 4 
White, Elisha 19 
Willinmsburg Va68- 61-53- 
Wllson Co T^enn 71-70 
"''ill ipmson Co "^enn 79 
Wilson, I^artha B '^Q 
Wilkes Co N C 53 

" Ga 46 
Wilson, Charles T 90 



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INDEX TO VOLUME 26, VIRGINIA 
WINCHESTER VA 105 
Williams, Thomas 57 
Willicmsburp; Va 85-61- 
v;ilson Co Tenn 74 
Wilson Co Tenn 85 
Williams, Jares 53 
'^f*ll is, Ov;en T 30 
Wilson Go Tenr 86 
Wilson Go Tenr 39 
;Vilson, Co N C 52 
Wilson, James 18 

John 41 
Williams, Lewis 80 
WILTIAM AND LIARY COLLEGE 26 
Winchester Barracks 33 
Wilkinson, Saliy 99 
Winfree, Elizabeth 77-73 
WILLI Ai/IS, THOMAS 11 
Wilson Go Tenn 41 
Williamson Co Tenr. 73 
Wingfield, John 64 
Winston, Isaac 64 
Witcher, V/m 13 
Woodrough, John 55a 
Woods, John Capt 15-105 
Woodford Co Ky 8 
Wooten, Dorothy 86 
v/oodrough, John 37 
Woolen, Joshua 41 
Wyrick, "ta 85 
Wythe Co Va 66-67 



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PENSION ABSTRACTS: 

YORKTOV/N, SIEGE 55a -64 
" 26 
York sie-e 12 

Yadkin C 1^ C 11 

Yorktown, 88-102 -77 

York town 45 
York siec;e 18 

York Siege 107 

Young, Nathan 34 

Young, Stephen 21^ 

■^'oung, Nathan 33h 



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